mount

I [maʊnt]
nome (mountain) monte m.

mount Everest — il monte Everest, l'Everest

mount Etna — l'Etna

II [maʊnt]
nome
1) (horse) cavallo m., cavalcatura f.
2) (surround) (for jewel, lens) montatura f.; (for picture) cornice f.
III 1. [maʊnt]
verbo transitivo
1) (ascend) salire [stairs]; salire su [platform, scaffold]
2) (fix into place) montare [picture]; incastonare, montare [jewel]; inserire (in un album) [stamp]; preparare [specimen]; tecn. montare [engine]
3) (get on) montare a [horse]; montare in [bicycle]
4) (set up) allestire [exhibition]; organizzare [campaign]; teatr. allestire [production]

to mount guard — montare di guardia (at, over a)

5) zool. montare
2.
verbo intransitivo
1) [climber, staircase] salire
2) (increase) [temperature] salire, aumentare; [debts, toll, number] aumentare, crescere
3) equit. montare (in sella)
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noun
(a mountain: Mount Everest.) monte
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mount (1) /maʊnt/
n.
1 monte, montagna (lett. oppure nei toponimi; abbr.: Mt; cfr. mountain): Mt Ararat, il Monte Ararat
2 (chiromanzia) monte.
mount (2) /maʊnt/
n.
1 montatura (di lenti, ecc.); cornice, cartone (di fotogr.); incastonatura (di gemme)
2 (equit.) monta; il montare a cavallo; (anche) cavalcatura; cavallo: a quiet mount, un cavallo facile da montare
3 (scherz.) bicicletta; motocicletta
4 (mil.) affusto (di cannone)
5 (mecc.) montaggio; supporto; attacco; incastellatura di sostegno: (autom.) rubber mounts, attacchi elastici (del ponte posteriore, ecc.)
6 (scient.) vetrino (per microscopio)
7 (zootecnia) monta
8 (ginnastica) attacco, entrata (sull'attrezzo)
His mount was a camel, viaggiava a dorso di cammello.
♦ (to) mount /maʊnt/
A v. t.
1 (form.) montare a (o su); salire (a, su); ascendere; scalare: to mount a horse, montare a cavallo; to mount a hill, scalare un colle; to mount a ladder, salire su una scala a pioli; to mount the throne, salire (o ascendere) al trono; I mounted the stairs, salii le scale; (boxe) to mount the ring, salire sul ring
2 mettere (q.) a cavallo; provvedere (q.) di cavallo
3 (anche mecc.) montare; fissare; mettere in postazione; piazzare; preparare; incastonare: to mount a gun, mettere un cannone in postazione; to mount pictures, montare fotografie; to mount gems, incastonare gemme; to mount specimens, preparare esemplari (fissandoli su vetrini, per esaminarli al microscopio)
4 (mil.) montare; essere armato di: The fort [the ship] mounts forty guns, il forte è armato di [la nave monta] quaranta cannoni
5 (teatr.) mettere in scena (un dramma)
6 (zootecnia) montare; coprire
7 (volg.) montare; chiavare (volg.)
B v. i.
1 (spesso to mount up) salire: Prices are mounting up, i prezzi salgono; Tension is mounting up in the stadium, nello stadio sale la tensione
2 montare (a cavallo, su un cammello, ecc.); montare in sella: Do you mount?, Lei monta?; Lei va a cavallo?
● (mil.) to mount an attack [an offensive], lanciare un attacco [un'offensiva] □ to mount a bicycle, montare in bicicletta □ (ciclismo) to mount a chase, organizzare un inseguimento □ (mil.) to mount guard over, montare la guardia a □ to mount insects, fissare insetti (con spilli, ecc. per conservarli) □ to mount a statue on its pedestal, collocare una statua sul piedistallo □ to mount sustained pressure, (mil.) esercitare una forte pressione; (sport) fare un pressing sostenuto □ (d'aereo) to mount up, impennarsi.
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I [maʊnt]
nome (mountain) monte m.

mount Everest — il monte Everest, l'Everest

mount Etna — l'Etna

II [maʊnt]
nome
1) (horse) cavallo m., cavalcatura f.
2) (surround) (for jewel, lens) montatura f.; (for picture) cornice f.
III 1. [maʊnt]
verbo transitivo
1) (ascend) salire [stairs]; salire su [platform, scaffold]
2) (fix into place) montare [picture]; incastonare, montare [jewel]; inserire (in un album) [stamp]; preparare [specimen]; tecn. montare [engine]
3) (get on) montare a [horse]; montare in [bicycle]
4) (set up) allestire [exhibition]; organizzare [campaign]; teatr. allestire [production]

to mount guard — montare di guardia (at, over a)

5) zool. montare
2.
verbo intransitivo
1) [climber, staircase] salire
2) (increase) [temperature] salire, aumentare; [debts, toll, number] aumentare, crescere
3) equit. montare (in sella)

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