- v. 登上；爬上；装上；上升
- n. 底板；爬上；支架；乘用马
- n. 山；峰
- vt. & vi. 登上; 骑上 go up (a hill, a ladder, etc.); get on to (a horse, etc.)
- vi. 装置 put and fix in position
- vt. 上演; 配有 … put (a play) on the stage; be provided with good scenery, costumes, etc.
- vt. & vi. 增加; 上升 become greater in amount
- vt. 发动攻击; 攻击 take the offensive; attack
- [C]山峰 a mountain
- [C]底座,衬纸,装帧 sth for fixing sth in place
- [C]坐骑 an animal on which one rides
a lightweight horse kept for riding only
the act of climbing something;
"it was a difficult climb to the top"
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;
"the diamond was in a plain gold mount"
something forming a back that is added for strengthening
attach to a support;
"They mounted the aerator on a floating"
go up or advance;
"Sales were climbing after prices were lowered"
fix onto a backing, setting, or support;
"mount slides for macroscopic analysis"
put up or launch;
"mount a campaign against pornography"
get up on the back of;
"mount a horse"
go upward with gradual or continuous progress;
"Did you ever climb up the hill behind your house?"
prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance;
"mount a theater production"
"mount an attack"
"mount a play"
"The bull was riding the cow"
- He mounted the horse and rode off.
- Be careful not to mount the pavement when you're parking the car.
- The frame on desk can make independent shelf already, also can conveniently mount.
- His debts continued to mount up.
- The general had an excellent mount.
- Mount Jolmo Lungma is the highest mountain in the world.
- The climbers mounted higher and higher.
- The soldiers stood beside their horses, waiting for the order to mount.
- A blush mounted to the child's face.
- Tension mounted as we waited for the decision.
- Social problems in modern society are mounting.
- The price has been mounting.
- She mounted the bicycle.
- He quickly mounted his horse and rode away .
- We mounted an exhibition of recent books.
- It'll cost a great deal of money to mount the play.
- The Opposition is getting ready to mount a powerful attack on the government.
- They have too weak a team to mount a realistic challenge for the championship.
- The black horse was mounted by a soldier.
- The policemen were mounted on black horses.
- The pop concert was mounted in a stadium.
- The attack will be mounted.
- The picture was mounted in a wooden frame.
- She is the first woman who steps on the top of Mount Qomolangma.
- This old donkey is a good quiet mount for the children.
- The prize for the winner of the competition was a silver cup on a wooden mount.
- mount into〔to〕 (v.+prep.)
增加到,上升至 increase in amount or intensity to
mount into〔to〕 sth
The temperature mounted into 90 degrees centigrade.
The death toll mounted to 100.
- mount up (v.+adv.)
增加,上升 increase in amount or intensity
Our living expenses are mounting up.
The population is mounting up steadily.
Their debts continued to mount up.
- mount an attack 发起攻击
- mount a demonstration 发起示威
- mount a display 筹备展览
- mount an exhibition 举办展览
- mount the guard 站岗
- mount high horse 趾高气扬
- mount an offensive 发起攻势
- mount a production 开始生产
- mount a protest 发起抗议
- mount the stairs 上楼梯
Ye mounts Where I climb to 'scape my fellow.出自： Browning
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
- mount用作及物动词时,接名词或代词作宾语,可用于被动结构。作不及物动词时,与介词over, on, into, to或副词up连用。
- mount, ascend, climb
- climb指费力地攀登或上升; ascend是正式用语,多用于指登至极高的地方; mount指向上登的过程,尤指上马等一次跳跃的动作。例如:
- It took me almost three hours to climb the steep hill.我花了几乎三个小时才爬上这座陡峭的山。
- He ascended the stairs.他登上了楼梯。
- The soldiers stood beside their horses, waiting for the order to mount.士兵们站立在马的旁边,等待上马的命令。
- He mounted his horse away.他骑上他的马走了。
- mount, hill, mountain
- 1.mountain是普通用词,通常指较陡峭的高山; hill指较低矮的小山或丘陵。例如:
- The mountains were hidden in mist.群山笼罩在雾中。
- The house stands on a hill.这幢房子坐落在小山上。
- His death was weightier than Mount Tai.他的死重于泰山。
- The Rocky Mountains lie in the west part of America.落基山脉位于美国西部。
- ☆ 13世纪进入英语，直接源自古法语的monter；最初源自古典拉丁语的mons，意为山脉。