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To grow larger or more numerous
“One leading business expert in Hampshire, who is not being named, explained how companies are able to allow such huge debts to mount up.”
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To increase in extent, amount, or degree
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To perform or exhibit in public
“Irish artists who have yet to mount a solo exhibition at a recognised art gallery are being given an opportunity to do just that by Sligo Art Gallery.”
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To get up on a horse, a platform, etc
“He was alone and heading back to the home of his girlfriend, Charlotte, when the car mounted the verge and hit a tree in the garden of a pair of unoccupied cottages.”
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To climb or ascend
“You mount the stairs and pass through the long corridor, the walls of which are thickly lined with photographs of the family and an impressive display of weapons.”
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To get up on a horse, a platform, etc
“The sky is rosy as we mount our bikes and set off down the hill in the bracing cold.”
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To organize and stage a campaign, play, etc
“Green Party's Mary White will also mount a strong challenge for the final seat here.”
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To fix onto a backing, setting, or support
“It is mounted on a support beam under my rear deck.”
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To be on the verge of transpiring, occurring or happening
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To move or glide through the air
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To demonstrate through discourse or discussion
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Lift or move to a higher position or level
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To obtain, arrange, or achieve by indirect, complicated or intensive efforts
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To ensure the safety of; to keep from harm
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To construct or build (a structure)
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To put forward for consideration
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To provide or enclose with a frame
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To make stronger or more solid
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To put on a performance
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To arrive at, or get to, a destination
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To fasten or fix in place with tacks
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To station (troops) in a particular place
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Walk in a military manner with a regular measured tread
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Serve as evidence or proof that something exists or is the case
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Make angry or excited
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Have a view of from above
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Rush, usually in liquid form
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Leap or spring while supporting or propelling oneself with one or both hands or with the help of a pole
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To keep watch over (an area) by regularly walking or travelling around it
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A backing or setting on which a photograph, gem, or work of art is set for display
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“The printed paper sheets were pasted onto canvas mounts for display.”
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A horse that is ridden or is available for riding
“Madden and her new mount Conquest II topped the field of 63 horses in the one-round speed event.”
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A small hill or mound
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A mounted transparency, especially one placed in a projector for viewing on a screen
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A thing that forms a border or edging round an object
Adjective
Exactly similar; corresponding
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