verb (used with object)
- to prepare (a slide) for microscopic investigation.
- to prepare (a sample) for examination by a microscope, as by placing it on a slide.
verb (used without object)
Origin of mount1
SYNONYMS FOR mount
Related formsmount·a·ble, adjectivemount·less, adjectiveun·mount·a·ble, adjective
Definition for mount (2 of 3)
noun Chiefly Literary.
Origin of mount2
Definition for mount (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for mount
After all, the Russians were about to mount a winter offensive of their own.
It occurs to me that Mount must assume that Hitchcock has read it--after all, it came from him.
As the steaks are eaten, Mount, who has some skill in these things, brings up the movie.
On Monday Mount calls to say he thinks the script is terrific.
My family is ready to mount an intervention, and cancel my streaming accounts.
But hindered by the bonds that bound her, she was unable to follow with suppleness the motion of her mount.
When he got up he did not mount at once, but stood and looked round him for a while.The Red Romance Book|Various
Believe me, Hewitt, I have not strength even to mount, much less to sit a horse at present.
This young man held a whip, which he brandished in the air like a rider about to mount his horse.Yiddish Tales|Various
Then, as soon as he discovered which way they were going, he would slip off and make for the farmhouse and mount.Saint Bartholomew's Eve|G. A. Henty
British Dictionary definitions for mount (1 of 2)
- a small transparent pocket in an album for a postage stamp
- another word for hinge (def. 5)