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Meaning of “mount” - Learner’s Dictionary

mount

verb     /maʊnt/
mount a campaign/challenge/protest, etc
to arrange a series of organized activities that will achieve a particular resultManaging and organizing
INCREASE [I]
to increase in amount or level: Tension in the room was mounting. mounting problemsIncreasing and intensifying
mount sth on/to, etc
to fix an object onto something: They've mounted a camera on the wall by the door.Placing and positioning an objectFastening and tying
GO UP [T]
to go up something: to mount the stairsMoving upwards
RIDE [T]
to get on a horse or bicycle →  Opposite dismount Horse ridingHorse racingBoarding and alighting from modes of transport
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