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Erectile

ɪˈrek.taɪl

Meanings of Erectile:

adjective

Able to become erect.

Usage examples:

Erectile spines

Meanings of Erecting:

verb

Put together and set upright (a building, wall, or other structure).

Usage examples:

The guest house was erected in the eighteenth century
adjective

Rigidly upright or straight.

Usage examples:

She stood erect with her arms by her sides

Meanings of Erections:

noun

The action of erecting a structure or object.

Usage examples:

Fees will be levied for the erection of monuments

Meanings of Erectly:

adverb

In a way that is vertical and straight

Usage examples:

Try to sit erectly when you are working at your desk., before the operation, she could not stand or…

Erector

ɪˈrek.tə ˌmʌs.əl

Meanings of Erector:

noun

A person or thing that erects something.

Usage examples:

Working inside the cramped attic directly above the fragile plaster ceiling, erectors assembled the…

Erectors

ɪˈrɛktə

Meanings of Erectors:

noun

A person or thing that erects something.

Usage examples:

Working inside the cramped attic directly above the fragile plaster ceiling, erectors assembled the…

Meanings of Erects:

verb

Put together and set upright (a building, wall, or other structure).

Usage examples:

The guest house was erected in the eighteenth century
adjective

Rigidly upright or straight.

Usage examples:

She stood erect with her arms by her sides

Eremite

ˈɛrɪmʌɪt

Meanings of Eremite:

noun

A christian hermit or recluse.

Usage examples:

The sheer volume of women involved makes russell look like a christian eremite from the days of the…

Eremites

ˈɛrɪmʌɪt

Meanings of Eremites:

noun

A christian hermit or recluse.

Usage examples:

The sheer volume of women involved makes russell look like a christian eremite from the days of the…

Meanings of Erethisia:

noun

Excessive sensitivity or rapid reaction to stimulation of a part of the body, especially the sexual organs.

Usage examples:

The intense excitement of the events had no doubt left my perceptive powers in a state of erethism.

Meanings of Erethism:

noun

Excessive sensitivity or rapid reaction to stimulation of a part of the body, especially the sexual organs.

Usage examples:

The intense excitement of the events had no doubt left my perceptive powers in a state of erethism.

Meanings of Erethisms:

noun

Excessive sensitivity or rapid reaction to stimulation of a part of the body, especially the sexual organs.

Usage examples:

The intense excitement of the events had no doubt left my perceptive powers in a state of erethism.

Erewhile

ɛːˈwʌɪl

Meanings of Erewhile:

adverb

A while before; some time ago.

Usage examples:

My eyes, erewhile fixed on the arch, were now attracted to the semicircle of chairs

Meanings of Erewhiles:

adverb

A while before; some time ago.

Usage examples:

My eyes, erewhile fixed on the arch, were now attracted to the semicircle of chairs

Erf

əːf

Meanings of Erf:

noun

A plot of land.

Usage examples:

Plots and erven are in demand and the budget for the fiscal year of 2002/2003 provides that more th…

Erg

əːɡ

Meanings of Erg:

noun

A unit of work or energy, equal to the work done by a force of one dyne when its point of application moves one centimetre in the direction of action of the force.

Usage examples:

Luckily, there are plenty of units for energy, so it is probably best to just leave the calorie uni…

Ergative

ˈɜː.ɡə.tɪv

Meanings of Ergative:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a case of nouns (in some languages, e.g. basque and inuktitut) that identifies the doer of an action as the object rather than the subject of a verb.

Usage examples:

In the past tense configuration, however, the pashto agreement system is ergative: the agreement is…
noun

An ergative word.

Usage examples:

In this language, the ergative is simply the oblique stem of the noun.

Ergo

ˈɜː.ɡəʊ

Meanings of Ergo:

adverb

Therefore.

Usage examples:

She was the sole beneficiary of the will, ergo the prime suspect

Ergodic

ɜːˈɡɒd.ɪk

Meanings of Ergodic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting systems or processes with the property that, given sufficient time, they include or impinge on all points in a given space and can be represented statistically by a reasonably large selection of points.

Usage examples:

Doeblin also contributed to the theory of random chains with complete connection, some of which was…

Ergodicity

ˌɜː.ɡəˈdɪs.ə.ti

Meanings of Ergodicity:

noun

The state of a system or process that is ergodic (= likely to happen again)

Usage examples:

Ergodicity of one action does not guarantee ergodicity of the other., in reaching our conclusions, …

Ergometer

əːˈɡɒmɪtə

Meanings of Ergometer:

noun

An apparatus which measures work or energy expended during a period of physical exercise.

Usage examples:

The subject's anaerobic power was determined by having them pedal a bicycle ergometer

Meanings of Ergometrine:

noun

An alkaloid present in ergot. an amide of lysergic acid, it has oxytocic activity and is given to control bleeding after childbirth.

Usage examples:

The studies reviewed used oxytocin, ergometrine, or a mixture of those drugs administered intraveno…

Ergonomically

ˌɜː.ɡəˈnɒm.ɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Ergonomically:

adverb

In a way that relates to or is designed for efficiency and comfort in the working environment.

Usage examples:

An ergonomically designed chair with good back support

Ergonomics

ˌɜː.ɡəˈnɒm.ɪks

Meanings of Ergonomics:

plural noun

The study of people's efficiency in their working environment.

Usage examples:

Have fun while learning about gravity, anatomy, ergonomics, and social dynamics!
noun

The study of the design of furniture or equipment and the way this affects people's ability to work effectively

Usage examples:

Our designs are the result of extensive research, and combine functionality and ergonomics.

Ergonomist

ɜːˈɡɒnəmɪst

Meanings of Ergonomist:

noun

Someone who studies the design of furniture or equipment and the way this affects people's ability to work effectively

Usage examples:

If staff complain of aches and pains, you may wish to get a consultation from an ergonomist.

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