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  2. Mount Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    1 : a high hill : mountain used especially before an identifying name Mount Everest 2 archaic : earthwork sense 1 3 : mound sense 2a (1) mount 2 of 3 verb mounted; mounting; mounts intransitive verb 1 : rise, ascend 2 : to increase in amount or extent expenses began to mount 3 : to get up on something above the level of the ground

  3. Mount Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    to increase in amount or intensity (often followed by up): The cost of all those small purchases mounts up. to get up on the back of a horse or other animal for riding. noun. the act or a manner of mounting. a horse, other animal, or sometimes a vehicle, as a bicycle, used, provided, or available for riding.

  4. MOUNT | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    mount verb (GUARD) [ T ] to place someone on guard: Sentries are mounted outside the palace at all times. mount guard (on/over someone) to guard someone: Armed security officers are employed to mount guard over the president. They had the task of mounting guard over his body. He mounted guard at the door.

  5. mount 1 (maʊnt) v.t. 1. to go up; climb; ascend. 2. to get up on (a platform, a horse, etc.). 3. to set or place at an elevation: to mount a house on stilts. 4. to furnish with a horse or other animal for riding. 5. to set or place (a person) on horseback. 6. to organize and launch (an attack, campaign, etc.).

  6. 170 Synonyms & Antonyms of MOUNT - Merriam-Webster

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    verb Definition of mount 1 as in to rise to become greater in extent, volume, amount, or number medical expenses began to mount Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance rise increase climb accelerate expand swell wax intensify boom roll up multiply accumulate balloon mushroom escalate jump proliferate gain surge snowball spread enlarge build up rocket

  7. mount | Microsoft Learn

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    Sets the mount type for your NFS share. By default, Windows uses a soft mount. Soft mounts time out more easily when there are connection issues; however, to reduce I/O disruption during NFS server reboots, we recommend using a hard mount.-o anon: Mounts as an anonymous user.-o nolock: Disables locking (default is enabled).-o casesensitive

  8. What Makes Mount Baldy So Dangerous - Outside Online

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    The general rule of thumb is you lose 3.3 degrees Fahrenheit for every thousand feet of elevation you gain. So, not withstanding any other weather conditions, Baldy’s summit will be 33 degrees ...

  9. How to mount drive on Windows 10 | Windows Central

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    To use mountvol to mount a drive, use these steps: Open Start. Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select the Run as administrator option. Type the following command to...

  10. Mount (computing) - Wikipedia

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    A mount point is a location in the partition used as a root filesystem. Many different types of storage exist, including magnetic, magneto-optical, optical, and semiconductor (solid-state) drives. As of 2013, magnetic media are still the most common and are available as hard disk drives and, less frequently, floppy disks.

  11. What is a Mount? - Computer Hope

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    A mount may refer to any of the following: 1. Before an operating system can read from or write to a disk, the file system on one of the disk's partitions must be mounted. A "mounted" disk is available to the operating system as a file system, for reading, writing, or both.