mounting, present participle; mounts, 3rd person singular present; mounted, past tense; mounted, past participle;
Climb up (stairs, a hill, or other rising surface)
he mounted the steps to the front door
Climb or move up on to (a raised surface)
the master of ceremonies mounted the platform
Get up on (an animal or bicycle) in order to ride it
Set (someone) on horseback; provide with a horse
she was mounted on a white horse
(of a male mammal or bird) Get on (a female) for the purpose of copulation
(of the blood or its color) Rise into the cheeks
feeling the blush mount in her cheeks, she looked down quickly
Organize and initiate (a campaign or other significant course of action)
the company had successfully mounted takeover bids
Establish; set up
security forces mounted checkpoints at every key road
Produce (a play, exhibition, or other artistic event); present for public view or display
Grow larger or more numerous
the costs mount up when you buy a home
(of a feeling) Become stronger or more intense
his anxiety mounted as messages were left unanswered
Place or fix (an object) on an elevated support
fluorescent lights are mounted on the ceiling
Fix (an object) in position
the engine is mounted behind the rear seats
Place (a gun) on a fixed mounting
Set in or attach to a backing or setting
the photographs will be mounted and framed
Fix (an object for viewing) on a microscope slide
Make (a disk or disk drive) available for use
A mountain or hill (archaic except in place names)
Any of several fleshy prominences on the palm of the hand regarded in palmistry as signifying the degree of influence of a particular planet
mount of Mars
attach to a support; "They mounted the aerator on a floating"
saddle horse: a lightweight horse kept for riding only
climb: the act of climbing something; "it was a difficult climb to the top"
wax: go up or advance; "Sales were climbing after prices were lowered"
fix onto a backing, setting, or support; "mount slides for macroscopic analysis"
mountain: a land mass that projects well above its surroundings; higher than a hill
Mounting, in computing, is the process of making a file system ready for use by the operating system. The term's historical basis refers to a period when the medium being mounted was physically placed (mounted) in the device (magnetic tape drive) before using it.
The mount, or mounted position, is a dominant ground grappling position, where one combatant sits on the other combatants torso with the face pointing towards the opponent's head. This is very favourable for the top combatant in several ways. ...
A mount point, in streaming media systems, is a virtual resource which references live or on-demand content within a multimedia media server system. Mount points are used to allow multimedia servers the ability to control multiple content sources and/or types on the same server instance. ...
Mount is a surname, and may refer to
The Unix command line utility mount instructs the operating system that a file system is ready to use, and associates it with a particular point in the system's file system hierarchy (its mount point). ...
HM Prison The Mount is a Category C men's prison, located on the outskirts of Bovingdon village in Hertfordshire, England. The Mount Prison is operated by Her Majesty's Prison Service.
A mountain, as in Mount Everest; An animal, usually a horse, used to ride on, unlike a draught horse; The number of riders in a cavalry unit or division; A mounting; an object on which another object is mounted, as the post is the mount on which the mailbox is installed; To go up; climb; ascend: ...
An illustration mounted on a blank sheet in a book.
(MOUNTED) a coin with attached jewelry mount, usually soldered directly to the coin.
(Mounted) When a wax pattern is attached to the sprue base or tree.
(Mounted) a group of medals to the same recipient that has been attached by the ribbon to a pin bar for wear.
Competitive Mounted Orienteering (CMO) is performed on horseback. However, competition rules adopted by the (US) National Association of Competitive Mounted Orienteering (NACMO) emphasize search techniques over orienteering. ...
(Mounter) A tool for slickening stitches. See Bones and Sticks
(MOUNTING) Standards established by ASTM to represent typical installation for purpose of testing materials. i.e.: a mounting test specimen mounted directly to test room surface. D mounting furred out to produce air space behind.
(Mounting) The process of affixing plates on a cylinder or base in proper position to register colour to colour as well as to the wrapper or bag to be printed.
(mounting) (JP 1-02, NATO) - 1. All preparations made in areas designated for the purpose, in anticipation of an operation. ...
Mounting refers to an item of jewelry in which one or more stones are set.
(Mounting) installing tires onto wheels
(mounting) Method of holding gemstones in place (i.e., prongs, bezels, etc)