mount verb translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "mount" - English-Turkish dictionary

mount

verb
 
 
/maʊnt/
mount a campaign/challenge/protest, etc to arrange a series of organized activities that will achieve a particular result
bir kampanyayı/mücadeleyi/protestoyu başlatmak/harekete geçirmek
Managing and organizing
INCREASE [I] to increase in amount or level
artmak, yükselmek
Tension in the room was mounting.Increasing and intensifying
mount sth on/to, etc to fix an object onto something
tutturmak, koymak, yerleştirmek, monte etmek
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
çıkmak, tırmanmak
to mount the stairsMoving upwards
RIDE [T] to get on a horse or bicycle
ata/bisiklete binmek
→  Opposite dismount Horse ridingHorse racingBoarding and alighting from modes of transport
(Definition of mount verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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