erection

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erection englannista suomeksi

  1. rakennelma

  2. erektio, seisokki

  3. rakentaminen, pystytys

  1. Substantiivi

  2. rakentaminen, pystytys

  3. rakennus, rakennelma

  4. erektio, jäykistyminen

  5. erektio, seisokki, seisonta

erection englanniksi

  1. The act of building or putting up or together of something.

  2. (syn)

  3. Anything erected or built.

  4. (ux)

  5. 1948, George Stephen Baker, ''Ship Design, Resistance and Screw Propulsion'' (page 194)

  6. If any serious number of deck erections have been left unfaired, these percentages will be too low.
  7. The physiological process by which erectile tissue, such as a penis or clitoris, becomes erect by being engorged with blood.

  8. 1997, Alan Hyde, ''Bodies of Law'', Princeton University Press (1997), (ISBN), page 175:

  9. I think that the case also demonstrates some singular aspects of the penis as a narrator of tales, specifically the way in which the erection of a penis falls outside a man's conscious control and therefore threatens a carefully constructed master legal narrative in which bodily self-control graphically represents the self-government contemplated by a democratic legal society.
  10. 2006, Lori Marso, ''Feminist Thinkers and the Demands of Femininity: The Lives and Work of Intellectual Women'', Routledge (2006), (ISBN), unnumbered pages (quoting Simone Beauvoir):

  11. There are men who say they cannot bear to show themselves naked before women unless in a state of erection; and indeed through erection the flesh becomes activity, potency, ()
  12. 2007, Edward J. Behrend-Martinez, ''Unfit for Marriage: Impotent Spouses on Trial in the Basque Region of Spain, 1650-1750'', University of Nevada Press (2007), (ISBN), page 14:

  13. A marriage was only consummated via erection, penetration, and insemination ''intra vas''.
  14. The state or quality of being erect from engorgement with blood.

  15. (RQ:Cleland Fanny Hill) but our experienc'd matron very soon, by chafing it with her hands, brought it to swell to that size and erection I had before seen it up to.

  16. 2008, Robert Crooks & Karla Baur, ''Our Sexuality'', Thomson Wadsworth (2008), (ISBN), page 163:

  17. Older men typically require longer periods of time to achieve erection and reach orgasm.
  18. 2011, Alan L. Rubin, ''Diabetes for Dummies'', Wiley Publishing, Inc. (2008), (ISBN), page 104:

  19. A very rare complication is ''priapism'', where the penis maintains its erection for many hours.
  20. A penis or clitoris that is erect.

  21. (hypo)

  22. 2002, Marguerite Crump, ''No B.O.!: The Head-to-Toe Book of Hygiene for Preteens'', Free Spirit Publishing (2005), (ISBN), page 85:

  23. The surge of hormones during puberty means you might have lots of erections, even when you don't want them—like during school.
  24. 2006, Abha Dawesar, ''That Summer in Paris'', Anchor Books (2007), (ISBN), page 259:

  25. Prem was sure everyone could see his erection through his pants, everyone but Maya, who he had been careful to keep to his side all the time
  26. 2007, Ken Follett, ''World Without End'', Dutton (2007), (ISBN), page 244:

  27. He kissed her again, this time with a long, moist kiss that gave him an erection.
  28. (l) (of a building, etc.)

  29. (l) (penile)