Synonyms of mount in English:

mount


See definition of mount

verb

1‘he mounted the stairs’

SYNONYMS

go up, ascend, climb, climb up, scale, clamber up, make one's way up, move up

ANTONYMS

descend

2‘the master of ceremonies mounted the platform’

SYNONYMS

climb on to, jump on to, clamber on to, get on to

board, step aboard

3‘they mounted their horses and made their way back’

SYNONYMS

get astride, straddle, get on the back of, bestride, get on to, hop on to

4‘the museum is mounting an exhibition of 16th-century drawings’

SYNONYMS

put on display, display, exhibit, present, put in place, install

organize, put on, stage, prepare

5‘the company successfully mounted a takeover bid’

SYNONYMS

organize, stage, prepare, arrange, set up, produce, get up

launch, set in motion, put in place, initiate

6‘their losses mounted rapidly’

SYNONYMS

increase, grow, rise, escalate, soar, spiral, leap up, shoot up, rocket, climb, accumulate, accrue, pile up, build up, multiply, intensify, swell

literary wax

ANTONYMS

decrease, diminish

7‘cameras were mounted above the door’

SYNONYMS

install, place, fix, set, erect, put up, attach, put in position, secure


noun

1‘he hung on to his mount's bridle’

SYNONYMS

horse

archaic steed

2‘a decorated photograph mount’

SYNONYMS

setting, backing, support, mounting, fixture, frame, stand, base