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Meaning & Definition of Mount in English

English

Mount

/maʊnt/

noun

1. A lightweight horse kept for riding only

    synonym:
  • saddle horse
  • ,
  • riding horse
  • ,
  • mount

2. The act of climbing something

  • "It was a difficult climb to the top"
    synonym:
  • climb
  • ,
  • mount

3. A land mass that projects well above its surroundings

  • Higher than a hill
    synonym:
  • mountain
  • ,
  • mount

4. A mounting consisting of a piece of metal (as in a ring or other jewelry) that holds a gem in place

  • "The diamond was in a plain gold mount"
    synonym:
  • mount
  • ,
  • setting

5. Something forming a back that is added for strengthening

    synonym:
  • backing
  • ,
  • mount

verb

1. Attach to a support

  • "They mounted the aerator on a floating"
    synonym:
  • mount

2. Go up or advance

  • "Sales were climbing after prices were lowered"
    synonym:
  • wax
  • ,
  • mount
  • ,
  • climb
  • ,
  • rise

3. Fix onto a backing, setting, or support

  • "Mount slides for macroscopic analysis"
    synonym:
  • mount

4. Put up or launch

  • "Mount a campaign against pornography"
    synonym:
  • mount

5. Get up on the back of

  • "Mount a horse"
    synonym:
  • hop on
  • ,
  • mount
  • ,
  • mount up
  • ,
  • get on
  • ,
  • jump on
  • ,
  • climb on
  • ,
  • bestride

6. Go upward with gradual or continuous progress

  • "Did you ever climb up the hill behind your house?"
    synonym:
  • climb
  • ,
  • climb up
  • ,
  • mount
  • ,
  • go up

7. Prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance

  • "Mount a theater production"
  • "Mount an attack"
  • "Mount a play"
    synonym:
  • mount
  • ,
  • put on

8. Copulate with

  • "The bull was riding the cow"
    synonym:
  • ride
  • ,
  • mount