remount

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re·mount

 (rē-mount′)
tr.v. re·mount·ed, re·mount·ing, re·mounts
1. To mount again.
2. To supply with a fresh horse.
n. (rē′mount′, rē-mount′)
A fresh horse.

remount

vb
1. to get on (a horse, bicycle, etc) again
2. (Art Terms) (tr) to mount (a picture, jewel, exhibit, etc) again
n
(Military) a fresh horse, esp (formerly) to replace one killed or injured in battle

re•mount

(v. riˈmaʊnt; n. ˈriˌmaʊnt, riˈmaʊnt)

v.t., v.i.
1. to mount again.
n.
2. a fresh horse or supply of fresh horses.
[1325–75; Middle English < Old French remonter. See re-, mount1]

remount


Past participle: remounted
Gerund: remounting

Imperative
remount
remount
Present
I remount
you remount
he/she/it remounts
we remount
you remount
they remount
Preterite
I remounted
you remounted
he/she/it remounted
we remounted
you remounted
they remounted
Present Continuous
I am remounting
you are remounting
he/she/it is remounting
we are remounting
you are remounting
they are remounting
Present Perfect
I have remounted
you have remounted
he/she/it has remounted
we have remounted
you have remounted
they have remounted
Past Continuous
I was remounting
you were remounting
he/she/it was remounting
we were remounting
you were remounting
they were remounting
Past Perfect
I had remounted
you had remounted
he/she/it had remounted
we had remounted
you had remounted
they had remounted
Future
I will remount
you will remount
he/she/it will remount
we will remount
you will remount
they will remount
Future Perfect
I will have remounted
you will have remounted
he/she/it will have remounted
we will have remounted
you will have remounted
they will have remounted
Future Continuous
I will be remounting
you will be remounting
he/she/it will be remounting
we will be remounting
you will be remounting
they will be remounting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been remounting
you have been remounting
he/she/it has been remounting
we have been remounting
you have been remounting
they have been remounting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been remounting
you will have been remounting
he/she/it will have been remounting
we will have been remounting
you will have been remounting
they will have been remounting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been remounting
you had been remounting
he/she/it had been remounting
we had been remounting
you had been remounting
they had been remounting
Conditional
I would remount
you would remount
he/she/it would remount
we would remount
you would remount
they would remount
Past Conditional
I would have remounted
you would have remounted
he/she/it would have remounted
we would have remounted
you would have remounted
they would have remounted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.remount - a fresh horse especially (formerly) to replace one killed or injured in battle
mount, riding horse, saddle horse - a lightweight horse kept for riding only
Verb1.remount - mount again; "he remounted his horse"
bestride, climb on, hop on, jump on, mount up, get on, mount - get up on the back of; "mount a horse"
2.remount - mount again, as after disassembling something
mount - attach to a support; "They mounted the aerator on a floating"
3.remount - provide with fresh horses; "remount a regiment"
horse - provide with a horse or horses
Translations

remount

[ˈriːˈmaʊnt]
A. VT (gen) → montar de nuevo en, volver a montar en
C. N (Mil etc) → remonta f

remount

vt
horse, bicyclewieder besteigen; ladderwieder hinaufsteigen or -klettern
picture, photowieder aufziehen

remount

[ˌriːmaʊnt]
1. vi (on horse, on bicycle) → rimontare in sella
2. vt to remount a horse/bicyclerimontare a cavallo/in bicicletta
References in classic literature ?
Cobb solemnly, as he remounted his perch; and as the stage rumbled down the village street between the green maples, those who looked from their windows saw a little brown elf in buff calico sitting primly on the back seat holding a great bouquet tightly in one hand and a pink parasol in the other.
The servant remounted the stairs to give the message to the doctor, and the moment she was out of sight the tailor and his wife carried the body swiftly after her, propped it up at the top of the staircase, and ran home as fast as their legs could carry them.
At length, after a good deal more conversation had passed between them, they remounted their beasts, and followed the road to Saragossa, which they expected to reach in time to take part in a certain grand festival which is held every year in that illustrious city; but before they got there things happened to them, so many, so important, and so strange, that they deserve to be recorded and read, as will be seen farther on.
I left Conseil to stow our trunks conveniently away, and remounted the poop in order to survey the preparations for departure.
He remounted the bridge, and guided the steamer through the flotilla of junks, tankas, and fishing boats which crowd the harbour of Hong Kong.
He then drew two crowns majestically from his purse and gave them to the host, who accompanied him, cap in hand, to the gate, and remounted his yellow horse, which bore him without any further accident to the gate of St.
Then the count threw the bridle of his horse into the hands of a peasant, remounted the steps, went into the cathedral, there to kneel down in the darkest corner and pray.
He then remounted his own chariot, seized the reins, and drove with all speed in search of the son of Tydeus.
With this consoling reflection, Marmaduke remounted, and the equestrians passed the sugar-camp, on their way to the promised landscape of Richard.
When the last note had floated away I remounted, but there was a charm in the spot, something particular and individual because while we were looking at it before turning our horses' heads away the singer said: 'I wonder what is the name of this place,' and the other man remarked: 'Why, there is no village here,' and the first one insisted: 'No, I mean this spot, this very place.
The silk ladder was then lowered to him and he remounted to the car with agility.
and, as the cauldron and the frying-pan did not heed him, and continued their duet, he jumped down from his hogshead, gave a kick to the boiler, which rolled ten paces away bearing the child with it, a kick to the frying-pan, which upset in the fire with all its grease, and gravely remounted his throne, without troubling himself about the stifled tears of the child, or the grumbling of the old woman, whose supper was wasting away in a fine white flame.