マウント, 台紙乗る, 据え付ける, 騎乗する
Noun(1) a lightweight horse kept for riding only(2) the act of climbing something(3) a land mass that projects well above its surroundings; higher than a hill(4) a mounting consisting of a piece of metal (as in a ring or other jewelry(5) something forming a back that is added for strengthening
Verb(1) attach to a support(2) go up or advance(3) fix onto a backing, setting, or support(4) put up or launch(5) get up on the back of(6) go upward with gradual or continuous progress(7) prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance(8) copulate with
(1) The eyepiece is quickly and easily affixed with a three point bayonet mount .(2) How wonderful, therefore, to see water lapping against the foot of the mount at Clifford's Tower, just as its builders intended.(3) The speed with which penalties mount up actually works against the reduction of outstanding debt.(4) Wait any longer and the fines really begin to mount up - a Ôö¼├║60-a-day additional penalty has been threatened this year!(5) We heard a heavy footfall at the bottom of the stair, but it did not do more than mount the first step.(6) the costs mount up when you buy a home(7) Richard Hughes picks up the mount after jockey Olivier Peslier was injured this week.(8) Grazing goats ignore us as we mount the hill toward the church.(9) If the school has a long list of uniform requirements the costs can mount up rapidly, particularly as the child might quickly grow out of an expensive blazer or need new sports shoes.(10) Pia has had her mount longer than any of her team mates, and that relationship served the pair well throughout the team competition.(11) Why then do we continue to mount these plays, so often and with such virtuous resolve?(12) However, Luang Prabang is increasing pressure to mount the play during the festival as it has the potential to become a major source of revenue for the city.(13) A takeaway meal for two can easily cost Ôö¼├║20 or more so indulging in one of those every week can soon mount up.(14) Jimmy Quinn, his usual jockey, takes the mount .(15) People think they will just pay the minimum payment but then the charges soon begin to mount up.(16) Jockey Frankie Dettori will have the mount aboard the three-year-old Kentucky-bred son of Wild Rush.
(1) to mount :: マウントする
(2) engine mount :: エンジンマウント
(3) shock mount :: ショックマウント
(4) mount up :: アップマウント
(5) mount guard :: マウントガード
(6) mount on :: 上のマウント
(7) glass mount :: ガラスマウント
1. backing ::
2. saddle horse ::
3. climb ::
4. mountain ::
5. setting ::
6. go up ::
7. climb on to ::
8. get astride ::
10. organize ::
11. increase ::
12. install ::
13. climb ::
14. ride ::
15. mount up ::
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Word Example from TV Shows
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a daughter of a lamb man
who was his to MOUNT.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 8
They'll MOUNT her pretty little head on a spike
right beside yours.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 3
The Unsullied could MOUNT
a defense off the beachhead.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8
And to my son,
the stallion who will MOUNT the world,
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7
It won't work. No way to MOUNT it.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 22
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