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mount

verb /maunt/
to get or climb up (on or on to)
montar
He mounted the platform She mounted (the horse) and rode off.
to rise in level
subir, aumentar, crecer
Prices are mounting steeply.
to put (a picture etc ) into a frame, or stick it on to card etc
montar, fijar
We should mount some of these photographs.
to hang or put up on a stand, support etc
fijar
He mounted the tiger’s head on the wall.
to organize
montar, preparar
The army mounted an attack They’re planning to mount an exhibition of paintings by local artists.
mounted adjective on horseback
montado
mounted policemen.
Mountie /-ti/ noun a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
policía montada canadiense
(Definition of mount from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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