mount 英 [maʊnt] 美 [maʊnt]
vt. 增加；爬上；使骑上马；安装，架置；镶嵌，嵌入；准备上演；成立（军队等） vi. 爬；增加；上升 n. 山峰；底座；乘骑用马；攀，登；运载工具；底座
进行时:mounting 过去式:mounted 过去分词:mounted 第三人称单数:mounts 名词复数:mounts
- To mount is to climb up something, like a ladder, or get on the back of something, like a horse. You can also mount something on another object, like a camera on a tripod or a sticker on a notebook.
- vt. 增加；爬上；使骑上马；安装，架置；镶嵌，嵌入；准备上演；成立（军队等）
- vi. 爬；增加；上升
- n. 山峰；底座；乘骑用马；攀，登；运载工具；底座
- n. （英）芒特（人名）
- v. 登上；骑上
1. You can then mount this volume on any instance to restore your data.
2. Once, when I was a mere lad, and had never ridden a horse before, he made me mount one and gallop by his side, with no qualms about his unskilled companion.
3. The mount was there, but no camera.
- mount (n.1) "hill, mountain," mid-13c., from Anglo-French mount, Old French mont "mountain;" also perhaps partly from Old English munt "mountain;" both the Old English and the French words from Latin montem (nominative mons) "mountain," from PIE root *men-(2) "to stand out, project."
- mount (n.2) "that on which something is mounted," 1739, from mount (v.). The colloquial meaning "a horse for riding" is first recorded 1856.
- mount (v.) c. 1300, "to mount a horse;" mid-14c., "to rise up, ascend; fly," from Old French monter "to go up, ascend, climb, mount," from Vulgar Latin *montare, from Latin mons (genitive montis) "mountain" (from PIE root *men-(2) "to project"). Meaning "to set or place in position" first recorded 1530s. Sense of "to get up on for purposes of copulation" is from 1590s. Related: Mounted; mounting.