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erect (i REKT) (verb), erects; erected; erecting
1. To design and to assemble an upright structure, such as a building or a wall: The constructors erected a motel in the city according to the instructions of the architect and the owner.
2. To develop or to establish a system or theory: Sometimes economic barriers are erected in order to secure a stable price for a certain product, even if it means to curb the productivity and sales of that merchandise.
This entry is located in the following units: recti-, rect- (page 2) regi-, reg-, rec-, rex- (page 3)