dismount definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • getting off or down, as from a horse.
    • to leave of a car.
    • to obtain down or down, as from a horse.
    • to leave of a vehicle.
    • To come down; to descend.
    • To alight from a horse; to descend or log off, as a rider from his beast.
    • in the future down; to descend.
    • To alight from a horse; to descend or get-off, as a rider from their monster.
    • to obtain off or down, as from a horse.
    • to leave of a car.
    • ahead down; to descend.
    • To alight from a horse; to descend or log off, as a rider from their creature.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To remove from a support, establishing, or mounting.
    • To unseat or throw off, as from a horse.
    • To disassemble (a mechanism, for instance).
    • to eliminate from a support, setting, or mounting.
    • To unseat or throw off, as from a horse.
    • To disassemble (a mechanism, as an example).
    • To put or reduce from an elevation, place of honor and expert, and/or love.
    • To put or eliminate from a horse; to unhorse.
    • To defeat, or apart, as a device.
    • To toss or remove from carriage, or from that by which anything is attached; to split the carriage or wheels of, and render ineffective; to rob of equipments or mountings; -- stated esp. of artillery.
    • To put or bring down from an elevation, place of honor and authority, or the want.
    • To toss or pull from a horse; to unhorse.
    • To take-down, or aside, as a machine.
    • To throw or pull from carriage, or from that on which anything is mounted; to-break the carriage or tires of, and render worthless; to rob of tools or mountings; -- said esp. of artillery.
    • To remove from a support, establishing, or installing.
    • To unseat or throw off, as from a horse.
    • To disassemble (a mechanism, for instance).
    • To throw or reduce from an elevation, host to honor and authority, or even the love.
    • To throw or pull from a horse; to unhorse.
    • To defeat, or apart, as a device.
    • To put or eliminate through the carriage, or from that which a thing is attached; to break the carriage or rims of, and render ineffective; to deprive of tools or mountings; -- said esp. of artillery.
  • noun:
    • The work or manner of dismounting, especially from a horse.
    • The act or types of dismounting, especially from a horse.
    • Sports A move in gymnastics whereby the gymnast gets off an apparatus or completes a floor exercise, usually landing on both foot.
    • The section of a routine in which the gymnast detaches from an apparatus.
    • Sports A move in gymnastics whereby the gymnast gets off an apparatus or finishes a floor exercise, typically landing on both legs.
    • The element of a routine when the gymnast detaches from an apparatus.
    • the work of dismounting (a horse or cycle etc.)
    • the act of dismounting (a horse or cycle etc.)
    • The act or method of dismounting, specifically from a horse.
    • Sports A move in gymnastics whereby the gymnast gets down an apparatus or finishes a floor workout, usually landing on both foot.
    • The section of a routine where the gymnast detaches from an apparatus.
    • the act of dismounting (a horse or bicycle etc.)
  • verb:
    • to obtain off (one thing)
    • in order to make a difficult drive unavailable for usage
    • to get off (anything)
    • in order to make a hard drive unavailable to be used
    • alight from (a horse)
    • alight from (a horse)
    • getting off (something)
    • to produce a hard drive unavailable for use
    • alight from (a horse)
  • others:
    • To descend from a height; come or go-down.
    • To descend from a height; come or drop.
    • for off from a horse or any other ridden pet; descend or alight, as a rider through the seat: as, the officer purchased their troops to dismount.
    • To toss or bring down from an elevation, or from a place or post of expert.
    • To toss or bring down from a horse; unhorse: since, the soldier dismounted his adversary.
    • to get rid of or throw straight down, as cannon or other artillery from their particular carriages, or from a parapet or intrenchment; destroy the mountings of, to be able to make useless.
    • to get rid of from a-frame, establishing, or any other installation: as, to dismount a picture or a jewel.
    • getting off from a horse or any other ridden pet; descend or alight, as a rider through the saddle: as, the officer purchased his soldiers to dismount.
    • To toss or lower from an elevation, or from a location or post of authority.
    • To toss or bring down from a horse; unhorse: because, the soldier dismounted their adversary.
    • to eliminate or toss down, as cannon or other artillery from their carriages, or from a parapet or intrenchment; destroy the mountings of, to be able to render useless.
    • to eliminate from a-frame, establishing, or any other installation: as, to dismount an image or a jewel.
    • To descend from a height; come or drop.
    • for off from a horse or any other ridden pet; descend or alight, as a rider through the seat: as, the officer purchased his troops to dismount.
    • To toss or lower from an elevation, or from a spot or post of expert.
    • To throw or reduce from a horse; unhorse: because, the soldier dismounted their adversary.
    • to eliminate or put down, as cannon or any other artillery from their particular carriages, or from a parapet or intrenchment; destroy the mountings of, so as to render worthless.
    • to get rid of from a-frame, setting, or other mounting: as, to dismount an image or a jewel.

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