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mount

  
[1]  
      vb  
1    to go up (a hill, stairs, etc.); climb  
2    to get up on (a horse, a platform, etc.)  
3    intr; often foll by: up   io increase; accumulate  
excitement mounted     
4    tr   to fix onto a backing, setting, or support  
to mount a photograph, to mount a slide     
5    tr   to provide with a horse for riding, or to place on a horse  
6    (of male animals) to climb onto (a female animal) for copulation  
7    tr   to prepare (a play, musical comedy, etc.) for production  
8    tr   to plan and organize (a compaign, an exhibition, etc.)  
9    tr     (Military)   to prepare or launch (an operation)  
the Allies mounted an offensive     
10    tr   to prepare (a skeleton, dead animal, etc.) for exhibition as a specimen  
11    tr   to place or carry (weapons) in such a position that they can be fired  
12    mount guard      See       guard       26  
      n  
13    a backing, setting, or support onto which something is fixed  
14    the act or manner of mounting  
15    a horse for riding  
16    a slide used in microscopy  
17      (Philately)  
a    a small transparent pocket in an album for a postage stamp  
b        hinge       5  
     (C16: from Old French munter, from Vulgar Latin montare (unattested) from Latin mons mount2)  
  mountable      adj  
  mounter      n  
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mount   [2]  
      n  
1    a mountain or hill: used in literature and (when cap.) in proper names  
Mount Everest     
2    (in palmistry) any of the seven cushions of flesh on the palm of the hand  
     (Old English munt, from Latin mons mountain, but influenced in Middle English by Old French mont)  

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hinge  
      n  
1    a device for holding together two parts such that one can swing relative to the other, typically having two interlocking metal leaves held by a pin about which they pivot  
2      (Anatomy)   a type of joint, such as the knee joint, that moves only backwards and forwards; a joint that functions in only one plane,   (Technical name)    ginglymus  
3    a similar structure in invertebrate animals, such as the joint between the two halves of a bivalve shell  
4    something on which events, opinions, etc., turn  
5      (Also called)    mount            (Philately)   a small thin transparent strip of gummed paper for affixing a stamp to a page  
      vb  
6    tr   to attach or fit a hinge to (something)  
7    intr; usually foll by: on or upon   to depend (on)  
8    intr   to hang or turn on or as if on a hinge  
     (C13: probably of Germanic origin; compare Middle Dutch henge; see hang)  
  hinged      adj  
  hingeless      adj  
  hingelike      adj  


Aorangi-Mount Cook  
      n      the official name for Mount       Cook  
mount   [1]  
      vb  
1    to go up (a hill, stairs, etc.); climb  
2    to get up on (a horse, a platform, etc.)  
3    intr; often foll by: up   io increase; accumulate  
excitement mounted     
4    tr   to fix onto a backing, setting, or support  
to mount a photograph, to mount a slide            
5    tr   to provide with a horse for riding, or to place on a horse  
6    (of male animals) to climb onto (a female animal) for copulation  
7    tr   to prepare (a play, musical comedy, etc.) for production  
8    tr   to plan and organize (a compaign, an exhibition, etc.)  
9    tr     (Military)   to prepare or launch (an operation)  
the Allies mounted an offensive     
10    tr   to prepare (a skeleton, dead animal, etc.) for exhibition as a specimen  
11    tr   to place or carry (weapons) in such a position that they can be fired  
12    mount guard      See       guard       26  
      n  
13    a backing, setting, or support onto which something is fixed  
14    the act or manner of mounting  
15    a horse for riding  
16    a slide used in microscopy  
17      (Philately)  
a    a small transparent pocket in an album for a postage stamp  
b        hinge       5  
     (C16: from Old French munter, from Vulgar Latin montare (unattested) from Latin mons mount2)  
  mountable      adj  
  mounter      n  
mount   [2]  
      n  
1    a mountain or hill: used in literature and (when cap.) in proper names  
Mount Everest     
2    (in palmistry) any of the seven cushions of flesh on the palm of the hand  
     (Old English munt, from Latin mons mountain, but influenced in Middle English by Old French mont)  
Mount Cook lily  
      n   a large white buttercup, Ranunculus lyallii, of the South Island alpine country of New Zealand,   (Also called)    great mountain buttercup  
Mount Desert Island  
      n   an island off the coast of Maine: lakes and granite peaks. Area: 279 sq km (108 sq. miles)  
Mount Isa  
      n   a city in NE Australia in NW Queensland: mining of copper and other minerals. Pop.: 24104 (1988 est.)  
Mount McKinley National Park  
      n   a national park in S central Alaska: contains part of the Alaska Range Area: 7847 sq. km (3030 sq. miles)  
Mount Rainier National Park  
      n   a national park in W Washington, in the Cascade Range. Area: 976 sq. km (377 sq. miles)  
Sermon on the Mount  
      n     (New Testament)   a major discourse delivered by Christ, including the Beatitudes and the Lord's Prayer (Matthew 5--7)  

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Cook   [1]  
      n  
Mount         
1      (Official name)    Aorangi-Mount Cook   a mountain in New Zealand, in the South Island, in the Southern Alps: the highest peak in New Zealand. Height: 3764 m (12349 ft.)  
2    a mountain in SE Alaska, in the St. Elias Mountains. Height: 4194 m (13760 ft.)  


Aorangi-Mount Cook  
      n      the official name for Mount              Cook  
mount   [1]  
      vb  
1    to go up (a hill, stairs, etc.); climb  
2    to get up on (a horse, a platform, etc.)  
3    intr; often foll by: up   io increase; accumulate  
excitement mounted     
4    tr   to fix onto a backing, setting, or support  
to mount a photograph, to mount a slide     
5    tr   to provide with a horse for riding, or to place on a horse  
6    (of male animals) to climb onto (a female animal) for copulation  
7    tr   to prepare (a play, musical comedy, etc.) for production  
8    tr   to plan and organize (a compaign, an exhibition, etc.)  
9    tr     (Military)   to prepare or launch (an operation)  
the Allies mounted an offensive     
10    tr   to prepare (a skeleton, dead animal, etc.) for exhibition as a specimen  
11    tr   to place or carry (weapons) in such a position that they can be fired  
12    mount guard      See       guard       26  
      n  
13    a backing, setting, or support onto which something is fixed  
14    the act or manner of mounting  
15    a horse for riding  
16    a slide used in microscopy  
17      (Philately)  
a    a small transparent pocket in an album for a postage stamp  
b        hinge       5  
     (C16: from Old French munter, from Vulgar Latin montare (unattested) from Latin mons mount2)  
  mountable      adj  
  mounter      n  
mount   [2]  
      n  
1    a mountain or hill: used in literature and (when cap.) in proper names  
Mount Everest     
2    (in palmistry) any of the seven cushions of flesh on the palm of the hand  
     (Old English munt, from Latin mons mountain, but influenced in Middle English by Old French mont)  
Mount Cook lily  
      n   a large white buttercup, Ranunculus lyallii, of the South Island alpine country of New Zealand,   (Also called)    great mountain buttercup  
Mount Desert Island  
      n   an island off the coast of Maine: lakes and granite peaks. Area: 279 sq km (108 sq. miles)  
Mount Isa  
      n   a city in NE Australia in NW Queensland: mining of copper and other minerals. Pop.: 24104 (1988 est.)  
Mount McKinley National Park  
      n   a national park in S central Alaska: contains part of the Alaska Range Area: 7847 sq. km (3030 sq. miles)  
Mount Rainier National Park  
      n   a national park in W Washington, in the Cascade Range. Area: 976 sq. km (377 sq. miles)  
Sermon on the Mount  
      n     (New Testament)   a major discourse delivered by Christ, including the Beatitudes and the Lord's Prayer (Matthew 5--7)  

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Ida  
      n  
Mount         
1    a mountain in central Crete: the highest on the island; in ancient times associated with the worship of Zeus. Height: 2456 m (8057 ft),   (Modern Greek name)    Idhi  
2    a mountain in NW Turkey, southeast of the site of ancient Troy. Height: 1767 m (5797 ft.),   (Turkish name)    Kaz Dagi  


Aorangi-Mount Cook  
      n      the official name for Mount       Cook  
mount   [1]  
      vb  
1    to go up (a hill, stairs, etc.); climb  
2    to get up on (a horse, a platform, etc.)  
3    intr; often foll by: up   io increase; accumulate  
excitement mounted     
4    tr   to fix onto a backing, setting, or support  
to mount a photograph, to mount a slide     
5    tr   to provide with a horse for riding, or to place on a horse  
6    (of male animals) to climb onto (a female animal) for copulation  
7    tr   to prepare (a play, musical comedy, etc.) for production  
8    tr   to plan and organize (a compaign, an exhibition, etc.)  
9    tr     (Military)   to prepare or launch (an operation)  
the Allies mounted an offensive     
10    tr   to prepare (a skeleton, dead animal, etc.) for exhibition as a specimen  
11    tr   to place or carry (weapons) in such a position that they can be fired  
12    mount guard      See       guard       26  
      n  
13    a backing, setting, or support onto which something is fixed  
14    the act or manner of mounting  
15    a horse for riding  
16    a slide used in microscopy  
17      (Philately)  
a    a small transparent pocket in an album for a postage stamp  
b        hinge       5  
     (C16: from Old French munter, from Vulgar Latin montare (unattested) from Latin mons mount2)  
  mountable      adj  
  mounter      n  
mount   [2]  
      n  
1    a mountain or hill: used in literature and (when cap.) in proper names  
Mount Everest     
2    (in palmistry) any of the seven cushions of flesh on the palm of the hand  
     (Old English munt, from Latin mons mountain, but influenced in Middle English by Old French mont)  
Mount Cook lily  
      n   a large white buttercup, Ranunculus lyallii, of the South Island alpine country of New Zealand,   (Also called)    great mountain buttercup  
Mount Desert Island  
      n   an island off the coast of Maine: lakes and granite peaks. Area: 279 sq km (108 sq. miles)  
Mount Isa  
      n   a city in NE Australia in NW Queensland: mining of copper and other minerals. Pop.: 24104 (1988 est.)  
Mount McKinley National Park  
      n   a national park in S central Alaska: contains part of the Alaska Range Area: 7847 sq. km (3030 sq. miles)  
Mount Rainier National Park  
      n   a national park in W Washington, in the Cascade Range. Area: 976 sq. km (377 sq. miles)  
Sermon on the Mount  
      n     (New Testament)   a major discourse delivered by Christ, including the Beatitudes and the Lord's Prayer (Matthew 5--7)  

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mount

  

      vb  
1    ascend, clamber up, climb, escalade, go up, make one's way up, scale  
2    bestride, climb onto, climb up on, get astride, get (up) on, jump on  
3    arise, ascend, rise, soar, tower  
4    accumulate, build, escalate, grow, increase, intensify, multiply, pile up, swell  
5    display, frame, set, set off  
6    exhibit, get up     (informal)   prepare, produce, put on, stage  
7      (Military)   deliver, launch, prepare, ready, set in motion, stage  
8    emplace, fit, install, place, position, put in place, set up  
      n  
9    backing, base, fixture, foil, frame, mounting, setting, stand, support  
10    horse, steed     (literary)  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    descend, drop, go down, make one's way down  
2    climb down from, climb off, dismount, get down from, get off, jump off  
4    contract, decline, decrease, diminish, dwindle, fall, lessen, lower, reduce, shrink, wane  

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