Demount De*mount", v. i. To dismount. [R.] [1913 Webster]

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  • demount — [dē mount′] vt. to remove from a mounting [to demount a motor] demountable adj …   English World dictionary

  • demount — transitive verb Date: circa 1930 1. to remove from a mounted position 2. disassemble • demountable adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • demount — demountable, adj. demountability, n. /dee mownt /, v.t. 1. to remove from a mounting, setting, or place of support, as a gun. 2. to take apart; disassemble. [1930 35; DE + MOUNT1] * * * …   Universalium

  • demount — de·mount || ‚diː maÊŠnt v. disassemble; remove something from a mounting; dismount from a horse …   English contemporary dictionary

  • demount — de·mount …   English syllables

  • demount — de•mount [[t]diˈmaʊnt[/t]] v. t. 1) to remove from a mounting, setting, or place of support, as a gun 2) to take apart; disassemble • Etymology: 1930–35 de•mount′a•ble, adj. de•mount a•bil′i•ty, n …   From formal English to slang

  • demount — /diˈmaʊnt/ (say dee mownt) verb (t) to remove from its mounting, setting, or place of support, as a gun …   Australian English dictionary

  • demount — 1 take (apparatus, a gun, etc.) from its mounting. 2 dismantle for later reassembly. Derivatives: demountable adj. & n. Etymology: F deacutemonter: cf. DISMOUNT …   Useful english dictionary

  • demountable — adjective see demount …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Rambler (automobile) — Rambler was an automobile brand name used by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company between 1900 and 1914, then by its successor, Nash Motors from 1950 to 1954, and finally by Nash s successor, American Motors Corporation from 1954 to 1969. It was often… …   Wikipedia

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