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mount up

phrasal verb with mount uk   us   /maʊnt/ verb
C2 to gradually increase in number or amount: It isn't a good idea to let bills mount up.
Translations of “mount up”
in Korean 쌓이다…
in Arabic يَتَراكَم…
in Portuguese aumentar…
in Catalan acumular-se…
in Japanese ~が増える…
in Italian accumularsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) (逐漸)增加,增長…
in Russian накапливаться…
in Turkish azar azar artmak, çoğalmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (逐渐)增加,增长…
in Polish zbierać się, narastać…
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