Mount – meaning of the word

To gradually increase, rise or get bigger. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To get on a horse, bicycle, etc. in order to ride. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To go up or onto. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To organise and begin an activity or event. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To fix something to a wall, in a frame, etc. so that it can be looked at or used. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To place someone on guard. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Riding an animal, typically a horse, especially for military or other duty. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Climb up (stairs, a hill, or other rising surface) (Oxford Dictionaries)

Climb or move up on to (a raised surface) (Oxford Dictionaries)

Get up on (an animal or bicycle) in order to ride it. (Oxford Dictionaries)

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