go up (a hill, a ladder, etc.); get on to (a horse, etc.)
put and fix in position
… put (a play) on the stage; be provided with good scenery, costumes, etc.
become greater in amount
take the offensive; attack
sth for fixing sth in place
an animal on which one rides
"it was a difficult climb to the top"
"the diamond was in a plain gold mount"
"They mounted the aerator on a floating"
"Sales were climbing after prices were lowered"
"mount slides for macroscopic analysis"
"mount a campaign against pornography"
"mount a horse"
"Did you ever climb up the hill behind your house?"
"mount a theater production"
"mount an attack"
"mount a play"
"The bull was riding the cow"
Ye mounts Where I climb to 'scape my fellow.
Others merely give their mounts a kick in the ribs and gallop onwards.
出自： E. Elmhirst
There was hardly enough fodder for the soldiers' mounts.
出自： G. Harris
A body of gladiators..planting their scaling-ladders..mounted to the attack.
出自： C. Kingsley
The blood mounted all over his face.
出自： A. Trollope
A bank mounted steeply on either side of the train.
出自： G. Greene
The death toll mounted to 100.
The population is mounting up steadily.
Their debts continued to mount up.