Synonyms of 'mount'
in the sense of frame
an open structure that gives shape and support to something, such as a buildingShe kept a picture of her mother in a silver frame.
in the sense of gather
She started gathering up her things.
in the sense of go up
Interest rates have gone up again.
in the sense of grow
(of a person or animal) to increase in size and develop physicallyWe stop growing once we reach maturity.
in the sense of install
to put in and prepare (equipment) for useThey had installed wi-fi in the apartment.
in the sense of intensify
to make or become intense or more intenseThey are intensifying their efforts to secure the release of the hostages.
in the sense of multiply
to increase or cause to increase in number, quantity, or degreeHer new job has multiplied the demands on her time.
in the sense of organize
to plan and arrange (something)We need someone to help organize our campaign.
be responsible for,
take care of,
see to (informal),
lay the foundations of,
lick into shape,
jack up (New Zealand, informal)
in the sense of pile up
to gather or be gathered in a pileHer mail had piled up inside the front door.
in the sense of place
to put in a particular or appropriate placeChairs were placed in rows for the parents.
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Thesaurus for mount from the Collins English Thesaurus
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