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mount

Synonyms of mount in English:

verb

  • 1 he mounted the stairs
    go up, ascend, climb, climb up, scale, clamber up, make one's way up, move up
    [Antonyms] descend
  • 2 the master of ceremonies mounted the platform
    climb on to, jump on to, clamber on to, get on to;
    board, step aboard
  • 3 they mounted their horses and made their way back
    get astride, straddle, get on the back of, bestride, get on to, hop on to
  • 4 the museum is mounting an exhibition of 16th-century drawings
    put on display, display, exhibit, present, put in place, install;
    organize, put on, stage, prepare
  • 5 the company successfully mounted a takeover bid
    organize, stage, prepare, arrange, set up, produce, get up;
    launch, set in motion, put in place, initiate
  • 6 their losses mounted rapidly
    increase, grow, rise, escalate, soar, spiral, leap up, shoot up, rocket, climb, accumulate, accrue, pile up, build up, multiply, intensify, swell
    literary wax
    [Antonyms] decrease, diminish
  • 7 cameras were mounted above the door
    install, place, fix, set, erect, put up, attach, put in position, secure
  • noun

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  • 1 he hung on to his mount's bridle
    horse
    archaic steed
  • 2 a decorated photograph mount
    setting, backing, support, mounting, fixture, frame, stand, base
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