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mount /maunt/
  • danh từ
    • núi ((thường) đặt trước danh từ riêng (viết tắt) Mt)
      • Mt Everest: núi Ê-vơ-rét
  • danh từ
    • mép (viền quanh) bức tranh
    • bìa (để) dán tranh
    • khung, gọng, giá
    • ngựa cưỡi
    • ngoại động từ
      • leo, trèo lên
        • to mount a hill: trèo lên một ngọn đồi
        • to mount a ladder: trèo thang
      • cưỡi
        • to mount a horse: cưỡi ngựa
      • nâng lên, cất lên, đỡ lên, kéo lên, cho cưỡi lên
      • đóng khung, lắp táp, cắm vào, dựng lên, đặt, sắp đặt, dán vào, đóng vào
        • to mount a diamond in platinum: găn một viên kim cương vào miếng bạch kim
        • to mount a photograph: dán ảnh vào bìa cứng
        • to mount a loom: lắp một cái máy dệt
        • to mount a gun: đặt một khẩu súng
        • to mount a play: dựng một vở kịch
      • mang, được trang bị
        • the fort mounts a hundred guns: pháo đài được trang bị một trăm khẩu súng
        • quân to mount guard: làm nhiệm vụ canh gác
        • mỹ to mount an attack: mở một cuộc tấn công
      • cho nhảy (cái) vật nuôi
      • nội động từ
        • lên, cưỡi, trèo, leo
          • to mount on the scaffolf: lên đoạn đầu đài
          • to mount on a horse: cưỡi trên mình ngựa
        • lên, bốc lên
          • blush mounts to face: mặt đỏ ửng lên
        • tăng lên
          • prices mount up every day: giá cả ngày càng tăng
          • the struggle of the people against depotism and oppression mounts: cuộc đấu tranh của nhân dân chống chuyên chế và áp bức tăng lên
      Concise Dictionary
      mounts|mounted|mountingmaʊnt
      noun
      +a lightweight horse kept for riding only
      +the act of climbing something
      +a land mass that projects well above its surroundings; higher than a hill
      +a mounting consisting of a piece of metal (as in a ring or other jewelry) that holds a gem in place
      +something forming a back that is added for strengthening
      verb
      +attach to a support
      +go up or advance
      +fix onto a backing, setting, or support
      +put up or launch
      +get on the back of
      +go upward with gradual or continuous progress
      +prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance
      +copulate with

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      n.
      1 See mountain, 1, below.
      v.
      2 climb (up), go up, ascend, scale, clamber up, make one's way up:
      We mounted the ladder to the roof. The speaker mounted the dais.
      3 rise (up), arise, soar, fly (up), rocket (upwards):
      With the salmon in its grasp, the eagle mounted to the sky.
      4 climb or get or clamber up on, bestride, straddle, bestraddle:
      The gunfighter mounted his horse and rode off.
      5 (put on) display, (put on) exhibit, put on exhibition, present, install or instal, stage, prepare, ready, put on, put in place, set up; arrange, coordinate, compose, organize, set in motion, launch:
      The gallery will mount a show of John's sculpture next spring. They have mounted a major advertising campaign for their face cream
      6 frame, mat or matt, set off:
      This print should be mounted using an olive green paper.
      7 increase, wax, rise, escalate, intensify, swell, expand, grow, mount up, multiply, pile up, build up, accumulate:
      Complaints have been mounting against the vulgar language heard on prime-time TV.
      n.
      8 backing, setting, support, mounting, background, set, arrangement, backdrop, scene:
      This style of mount sets off the ruby to its best advantage.
      9 horse, steed, charger, palfrey:
      Her mount was a grey mare.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      verb, noun
      + verb
      organize
      1 [VN] to organize and begin sth: to mount a protest / campaign / an exhibition
      increase
      2 [V] to increase gradually: Pressure is mounting on the government to change the law. + The death toll continues to mount.
      See also - MOUNTING
      go up sth
      3 [VN] (formal) to go up sth, or up on to sth that is raised: She slowly mounted the steps. + He mounted the platform and addressed the crowd.
      bicycle / horse
      4 to get on a bicycle, horse, etc. in order to ride it: [VN] He mounted his horse and rode away. [also V]
      See also - MOUNTED
      Antonym: DISMOUNT
      picture / jewel, etc.
      5 [VN] ~ sth (on / onto / in sth) to fix sth into position on sth, so that you can use it, look at it or study it: The specimens were mounted on slides. + The diamond is mounted in gold.
      of male animal
      6 [VN] to get onto the back of a female animal in order to have sex
      Idioms see GUARD n.
      Phrasal Verbs: mount up to increase gradually in size and quantity: Meanwhile, my debts were mounting up.
      + noun
      mountain
      1 (Mount) (abbreviation Mt) (used in modern English only in place names) a mountain or a hill: Mt. Everest + St Michael's Mount
      horse
      2 (formal or literary) a horse that you ride on: She saddled her mount quickly.
      for displaying / supporting sth
      3 something such as a piece of card or glass that you put sth on or attach sth to, to display it: Choose a blue mount for this picture.
      4 (also mounting) something that an object stands on or is attached to for support: an engine / gun mount
      Collocation Dictionary
      verb

      1 organize sth

      ADV.

      successfully
      The company successfully mounted a takeover bid in 1996.

      2 increase

      ADV.

      quickly, rapidly | steadily | gradually | hourly
      Election fever is mounting hourly.
      | up
      The cost quickly mounts up.

      VERB + MOUNT

      begin to, continue to

      3 picture/jewel, etc.

      ADV.

      beautifully
      The prints were beautifully mounted.
      | carefully | directly
      The switch is mounted directly on the wall.
      | horizontally, vertically

      PREP.

      in
      The diamond is mounted in gold.
      | on
      The specimens were carefully mounted on slides.



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