montar


montar
v.
1 to assemble (ensamblar) (máquina, estantería).
2 to set up (organizar) (negocio, piso).
montar una o la casa to set up home
me montó una escena o escándalo (informal) she made a scene in front of me
3 to ride.
María monta el caballo Mary mounts the horse.
4 to whip (cooking) (nata). (peninsular Spanish)
5 to stage (Teatro).
6 to edit (Cine).
7 to get on.
montar en to get onto; (subir) to get into; (vehículo) to mount (animal)
8 to ride (ir montado).
montar en bicicleta/a caballo to ride a bicycle/a horse
9 to mount, to assemble, to pitch.
María montó la tarima Mary mounted the dais.
10 to organize, to put together.
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montar
verbo intransitivo
1 (subir - caballo, bicicleta) to mount, get on; (- coche) to get in; (- avión) to get on, board
2 (viajar) to travel; (cabalgar, ir en bicicleta) to ride
está acostumbrado a montar en avión he's used to travelling by plane
¿sabes montar a caballo/en bicicleta? can you ride a horse/bicycle?
verbo transitivo
1 (subir - caballo) to mount, get on
montó el caballo y salió al galope he mounted his horse and galloped away
2 (subir - persona) to put on
monté al niño en la bicicleta I lifted the kid onto his bike
la monté atrás y le di una vuelta en la moto I took her for a ride on the back of my bike
3 (ensamblar) to assemble, put together; (tienda de campaña) to put up
ya he montado la librería I've assembled the bookcase
4 (fusil) to cock
5 (sobreponer) to overlap
6 (nata) to whip; (claras) to whisk
7 (joyas) to set
8 (negocio, consulta) to set up, start
9 (casa) to set up
han montado el piso en poco tiempo they've decorated and furnished the flat in no time
10 CINEMATOGRAFÍA to edit, mount
11 TEATRO to stage
12 COMERCIO to amount to, come to
el total monta ochenta y cinco euros the total amounts to eighty-five euros
verbo pronominal montarse
1 (subirse) to get on; (- en un coche) to get in; (- en un caballo) to mount, get on
2 familiar (armarse) to break out
se montó un buen jaleo there was a real to-do
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FRASEOLOGÍA
montar a pelo to ride bareback
montar en cólera to fly into a rage
montar guardia to stand guard
montárselo familiar to set oneself up, get things nicely worked out
hay que ver cómo te lo montas you've got things nicely worked out, you certainly do all right for yourself
tanto monta it makes no difference
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verb
1) to mount
2) assemble
3) establish, set up
4) stage
5) whip
- montar en bicicleta
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1. VT
1) (=cabalgar) to ride

montaba una yegua blanca — she was riding a white mare

2) (=subir)

montar a algn en o sobre algo — to lift sb onto sth, sit sb on sth

se lo montó sobre las rodillas — she lifted him onto her knees, she sat him on her knees

3) (Téc) [+ estantería, ventana] to assemble, put together; [+ coche] to assemble; [+ tienda de campaña] to put up, pitch
4) (=instalar) [+ consulta, oficina] to set up, open; [+ galería de arte, tienda] to open; [+ campamento, espectáculo] to set up; [+ exposición] to set up, mount

han montado una tienda de animales — they've opened a pet shop

montar una casa — to set up house o home

montar un negocio — to set up o start up a business

5) (=engarzar) [+ joya] to set; [+ pistola] to cock; [+ reloj, resorte] to wind, wind up

una perla montada sobre un anillo de oro — a pearl set in a gold ring

6) (Fot) [+ foto, diapositiva] to mount
7) (=organizar) [+ operación] to mount; [+ sistema de control] to put into operation

toda la operación se montó en una semana — the whole operation was mounted in a week

la policía montó un fuerte dispositivo de seguridad — the police put strict security measures into operation

montar guardia — to stand guard

8) Esp
* (=crear)

montar una bronca o un escándalo — to kick up a fuss/scandal *

¡menudo escándalo se montó con lo de la boda! — what a fuss they kicked up about that wedding! *

montar un número o un show — to make a scene

nos montó un show sin motivo ninguno — he made a big scene for no reason at all

9) (=solapar)

montar algo sobre algo — to overlap sth with sth

han montado unos colores sobre otros — they have overlapped some colours with others

10) (Cine) [+ película] to edit
11) (Teat) [+ decorado] to put up; [+ obra] to stage, put on

montaron la obra con muy bajo presupuesto — they staged o put on the play on a small budget

12) Esp (Culin) [+ nata] to whip; [+ clara] to whisk, beat

montar la clara a punto de nieve — to whisk o beat the egg white until stiff

13) (=aparear) (Zool) [+ yegua, vaca] to mount; [+ persona] *** to mount ***
14) (Cos) [+ puntos] to cast on
2. VI
1) (=ir a caballo) to ride

antes montaba a diario — I used to go riding every day

monta para una cuadra de carreras — he rides for a racing stable

¿tú montas bien a caballo? — do you ride well?

2) (=subirse)
a) [a un caballo] to get on, mount

ayúdame a montar — help me up, help me to get on o to mount

b) [en un vehículo]

montar en avión — to fly, travel by air o by plane

montar en barco — to travel by boat

montar en bicicleta — to ride a bicycle, cycle

aprendí a montar en bici a los seis años — I learned to ride a bike o to cycle when I was six

cólera 1., 1)
3) (Econ) (=sumar) [factura, gastos] to amount to, come to

el total monta (a) 2.500 euros — the total amounts o comes to 2,500 euros

- tanto monta monta tanto, Isabel como Fernando

tanto monta que vengas o no — it makes no difference o it's all the same whether you come or not

4) (=solapar)

montar sobre algo — to overlap sth, cover part of sth

el mapa monta sobre el texto — the map overlaps the text, the map covers part of the text

el texto está montado sobre la foto — the text covers part of the photo

3.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <caballo> (subirse a) to mount, get on; (ir sobre) to ride
b) (subir, colocar)

montó al niño en el poni — he lifted the boy up onto the pony

2) <vaca/yegua> to mount
3)
a) (poner, establecer) <feria/exposición> to set up; <negocio> to start up, set up
b) <máquina/mueble> to assemble; <estantería> to put up

¿me ayudas a montar la tienda de campaña? — can you help me to put up o pitch the tent?

c) <piedra preciosa> to set; <diapositiva> to mount
d) (organizar) <obra/producción> to stage

montar un número or lío or escándalo — (Esp) to make o cause a scene

4)
a) <puntos> to cast on
b) <pistola> to cock
5) (Esp) <nata> to whip; <claras> to whisk
2.
montar vi
1)
a) (ir)

montar a caballo/en bicicleta — to ride a horse/bicycle

b) (Equ) to mount
2) (cubrir parcialmente)

montar SOBRE algo — to overlap something

3) (sumar, importar)

montar A algo — to amount to something

3.
montarse v pron
1) (en un coche) to get in; (en un tren, autobús) to get on; (en un caballo) to mount, get on

¿me dejas montarme en tu bicicleta? — can I have a ride on your bicycle?

montarse en las atracciones de una feria — to go on the rides in a fairground

2) (arreglárselas) (Esp fam)

qué bien te lo montas! — you're on to a good thing (colloq)

no sé cómo se lo monta — I don't know how she manages it

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= mount, stage, put on, assemble, orchestrate, set up, put together, ride.
Ex. There are now over 2000 data bases mounted on a number of computers spread at various locations throughout the world.
Ex. Book shops also participated by staging similar special features.
Ex. A book fair cannot be put on at a few days' notice.
Ex. This article describes step by step how to obtain the parts necessary to build a generic computer and how to assemble them into a working computer.
Ex. Change is needed and inevitable but it must be orchestrated by the national library.
Ex. The reference service is set up next to, on in the case of small units, in the reading room.
Ex. The way in which this scheme is put together in book form often causes some confusion at first.
Ex. I suppose my biggest piece of advice for riding at night would be to practice a little before you actually go off-road.
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* montar a caballo = horseback riding, horse riding, ride + a horse.
* montar a la amazona = ride + side-saddle.
* montar a la inglesa = ride + side-saddle.
* montar bulla = kick up + a fuss, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about).
* montar en bici = bike, ride + a bike.
* montar en bicicleta = biking, cycle, ride + a bike.
* montar en bicicleta de montaña = mountain biking.
* montar en monopatín = skateboarding.
* montar en moto = bike.
* montar nata = whip + cream.
* montar + Posesivo + propio negocio = set + Reflexivo + up in business.
* montarse = hop on.
* montarse en = board.
* montarse en cólera = throw + a tantrum, throw + a fit, throw + a hissy fit, spit + feathers, lose + Posesivo + temper.
* montarse en el autobús = get on + the bus.
* montarse en un barco = board + ship.
* montarse en + Vehículo = ride + Vehículo.
* montar una base de datos = mount + database.
* montar una exposición = mount + display, mount + exhibition, put on + display, put on + exhibition.
* montar un cirio = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row.
* montar un espectáculo = put on + show.
* montar un follón = raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus.
* montar un numerito = kick up + a fuss.
* montar un número = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row.
* montar bulla = kick up + a stink.
* montar un servicio = mount + service.
* pantalones de montar = riding breeches, jodhpurs.
* silla de montar = saddle, saddle point.
* volver a montar = reassemble [re-assemble].
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <caballo> (subirse a) to mount, get on; (ir sobre) to ride
b) (subir, colocar)

montó al niño en el poni — he lifted the boy up onto the pony

2) <vaca/yegua> to mount
3)
a) (poner, establecer) <feria/exposición> to set up; <negocio> to start up, set up
b) <máquina/mueble> to assemble; <estantería> to put up

¿me ayudas a montar la tienda de campaña? — can you help me to put up o pitch the tent?

c) <piedra preciosa> to set; <diapositiva> to mount
d) (organizar) <obra/producción> to stage

montar un número or lío or escándalo — (Esp) to make o cause a scene

4)
a) <puntos> to cast on
b) <pistola> to cock
5) (Esp) <nata> to whip; <claras> to whisk
2.
montar vi
1)
a) (ir)

montar a caballo/en bicicleta — to ride a horse/bicycle

b) (Equ) to mount
2) (cubrir parcialmente)

montar SOBRE algo — to overlap something

3) (sumar, importar)

montar A algo — to amount to something

3.
montarse v pron
1) (en un coche) to get in; (en un tren, autobús) to get on; (en un caballo) to mount, get on

¿me dejas montarme en tu bicicleta? — can I have a ride on your bicycle?

montarse en las atracciones de una feria — to go on the rides in a fairground

2) (arreglárselas) (Esp fam)

qué bien te lo montas! — you're on to a good thing (colloq)

no sé cómo se lo monta — I don't know how she manages it

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= mount, stage, put on, assemble, orchestrate, set up, put together, ride.

Ex: There are now over 2000 data bases mounted on a number of computers spread at various locations throughout the world.

Ex: Book shops also participated by staging similar special features.
Ex: A book fair cannot be put on at a few days' notice.
Ex: This article describes step by step how to obtain the parts necessary to build a generic computer and how to assemble them into a working computer.
Ex: Change is needed and inevitable but it must be orchestrated by the national library.
Ex: The reference service is set up next to, on in the case of small units, in the reading room.
Ex: The way in which this scheme is put together in book form often causes some confusion at first.
Ex: I suppose my biggest piece of advice for riding at night would be to practice a little before you actually go off-road.
* montar a caballo = horseback riding, horse riding, ride + a horse.
* montar a la amazona = ride + side-saddle.
* montar a la inglesa = ride + side-saddle.
* montar bulla = kick up + a fuss, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about).
* montar en bici = bike, ride + a bike.
* montar en bicicleta = biking, cycle, ride + a bike.
* montar en bicicleta de montaña = mountain biking.
* montar en monopatín = skateboarding.
* montar en moto = bike.
* montar nata = whip + cream.
* montar + Posesivo + propio negocio = set + Reflexivo + up in business.
* montarse = hop on.
* montarse en = board.
* montarse en cólera = throw + a tantrum, throw + a fit, throw + a hissy fit, spit + feathers, lose + Posesivo + temper.
* montarse en el autobús = get on + the bus.
* montarse en un barco = board + ship.
* montarse en + Vehículo = ride + Vehículo.
* montar una base de datos = mount + database.
* montar una exposición = mount + display, mount + exhibition, put on + display, put on + exhibition.
* montar un cirio = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row.
* montar un espectáculo = put on + show.
* montar un follón = raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus.
* montar un numerito = kick up + a fuss.
* montar un número = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row.
* montar bulla = kick up + a stink.
* montar un servicio = mount + service.
* pantalones de montar = riding breeches, jodhpurs.
* silla de montar = saddle, saddle point.
* volver a montar = reassemble [re-assemble].

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montar [A1 ]
vt
A
1 ‹caballo› (subirse a) to mount, get on; (ir sobre) to ride
montaron sus corceles y salieron al galope (liter); they mounted their steeds and galloped off (liter)
montaba un precioso alazán she was riding a beautiful sorrel
¿quieres montar mi caballo? do you want to ride my horse?
2
(subir, colocar): montó al niño en el poni he lifted the boy up onto the pony
B
1 ‹vaca/yegua› to mount
2 (vulg); ‹mujer› to screw (vulg)
C
1 (poner, establecer) ‹feria/exposición› to set up
ha montado un bar en el centro she has opened a bar in the center
piensa montar un negocio con el dinero she's planning to start up o set up a business with the money
todos los años montan una exposición del trabajo de los niños every year they put on o hold o stage an exhibition of the children's work
2 ‹máquina/mueble› to assemble; ‹estantería› to put up
¿me ayudas a montar la tienda de campaña? can you help me to put up o pitch the tent?
montaban unas viviendas prefabricadas they were putting up o erecting some prefabricated houses
venden las piezas sueltas y tú las tienes que montar the parts are sold separately and you have to put them together o assemble them
3 ‹piedra preciosa› to set; ‹diapositiva› to mount
brillantes montados sobre oro de 18 kilates diamonds set in 18 carat gold
4 (organizar) ‹obra/producción› to stage
la operación se montó con el mayor sigilo the operation was mounted in the utmost secrecy
montar un número or lío or escándalo or show or espectáculo (Esp fam); to make o cause a scene
D
1 ‹puntos› to cast on
2 ‹pistola› to cock
E (Esp) ‹nata› to whip; ‹claras› to whisk
■ montar
vi
A
1
(ir): montar a caballo/en bicicleta to ride a horse/bicycle
2 (Equ) (subir) to get on, mount
B (cubrir parcialmente) montar SOBRE algo to overlap sth
C (sumar, importar) montar A algo to amount TO sth
la factura monta a más de medio millón the bill comes o amounts to more than half a million
tanto monta (monta tanto, Isabel como Fernando) (Esp); it makes no difference, it comes to the same thing
montarse
v pron
A (en un coche) to get in; (en un tren, autobús) to get on; (en un caballo) to mount, get on
¿me dejas montarme en tu bicicleta? can I have a ride on your bicycle?
quería montarse en todas las atracciones de la feria he wanted to go on all the rides in the fairground
B (arreglarse) (fam):
¡qué bien te lo montas! you've got a good thing going (colloq), you're on to a good thing (colloq)
no sé cómo se lo monta, pero siempre acabo perdiendo I don't know how she manages it, but I always end up losing
¡ése sí que se lo tiene bien montado! that guy really has it made o is really on to a good thing!
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montar (conjugate montar) verbo transitivo
1
a)caballo› (subirse a) to mount, get on;

(ir sobre) to ride
b) (subir, colocar):

montó al niño en el poni he lifted the boy up onto the pony

2vaca/yeguato mount
3
a) (poner, establecer) ‹feria/exposiciónto set up;

negocioto start up, set up
b)máquina/muebleto assemble;

estanteríato put up;
tienda de campañato put up, pitch
c)piedra preciosato set;

diapositivato mount
d) (organizar) ‹obra/producciónto stage

4 (Esp) ‹natato whip;
clarasto whisk
verbo intransitivo
1
a) (ir):

montar a caballo/en bicicleta to ride a horse/bicycle

b) (Equ) to mount

2 (cubrir parcialmente) montar SOBRE algo to overlap sth
montarse verbo pronominal (en coche) to get in;
(en tren, autobús, bicicleta) to get on;
(en caballo) to mount, get on;
¿me dejas montarme en tu bicicleta? can I have a ride on your bicycle?

montar
I verbo intransitivo (subirse) to get in
(en bici, a caballo) to ride
II verbo transitivo
1 (un mueble, un arma) to assemble
2 (engarzar) to set, mount
3 (un negocio) to set up, start
4 Culin to whip
5 (película) to edit, mount
(fotografía) to mount
6 Teat (un espectáculo) to stage, mount
7 Zool (cubrir) to mount
8 (causar) montar un escándalo, to kick up a fuss

'montar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
bicicleta
- caballo
- cirio
- intríngulis
- número
- show
- silla
- timba
- aparejar
- bota
- bronca
- guardia
- jinetear
- montado
- negocio
- poner
- tienda
English:
assemble
- bareback
- do-it-yourself
- edit
- fly
- jodhpurs
- make up
- mount
- piece together
- put together
- reassemble
- ride
- riding boots
- riding breeches
- saddle
- scene
- set
- set up
- sidesaddle
- start
- start up
- straddle
- breeches
- cast
- cock
- construct
- double
- fuss
- heavy
- pitch
- produce
- riding
- stage
- whip
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montar
vt
1. [ensamblar] [máquina, estantería, armario] to assemble;
[tienda de campaña, tenderete, barricada] to put up
2. Cine [película] to edit
3. [encajar]
montar algo en algo to fit sth into sth;
montar una joya en un anillo to set a jewel in a ring
4. [organizar] [negocio, empresa] to set up;
[tienda] to open; [ataque, ofensiva] to mount; [exposición, congreso] to organize; [fiesta] to throw; [obra teatral] to stage;
han montado un cibercafé cerca de mi casa they've opened a cybercafe near my house;
montar la casa to set up home
5. Esp Fam [organizar] [escándalo, jaleo] to make;
montar ruido to make a noise;
me montó una escena o [m5]escándalo o [m5]numerito she made a scene in front of me
6. [cabalgar] to ride
7. [poner encima]
montar a alguien en algo to lift sb onto sth
8. Esp [nata] to whip;
[claras, yemas] to beat, to whisk
9. [para criar] [yegua, vaca, cerda] to mount
10. muy Fam [mujer] to screw
11. [arma] to cock
12. Informát [partición] to mount
13. Ven Fam [alimentos] to get, US to fix
vi
1. [subir] to get on;
[en automóvil] to get in; [en un animal] to mount;
montar en [subir a] to get onto;
[automóvil] to get into; [animal] to mount
2. [ir cabalgando, conduciendo] to ride;
¿sabes montar? [en caballo] can you ride?;
[en bicicleta] do you know how to ride a bike?;
montar en bicicleta/a caballo/en burro to ride a bicycle/a horse/a donkey
3. Esp [sumar]
montar a to come to, to total;
¿a cuánto montan los ingresos? what is the total income?;
Comp
tanto monta (monta tanto, Isabel como Fernando) it's all the same
4.
montar en cólera to get angry, to fly into a temper o rage
See also the pronominal verb montarse
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montar
I v/t
1 TÉC assemble
2 tienda put up
3 negocio set up
4 TEA stage
5 película edit
6 caballo mount;
montar la guardia mount guard
II v/i
:
montar en bicicleta ride a bicycle;
montar a caballo ride a horse;
tanto monta it makes no difference
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montar vt
1) : to mount
2) establecer: to set up, to establish
3) armar: to assemble, to put together
4) : to edit (a film)
5) : to stage, to put on (a show)
6) : to cock (a gun)
7)
montar en bicicleta : to get on a bicycle
8)
montar a caballo cabalgar: to ride horseback
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montar vb
1. (en autobús, tren, avión) to get on
montó en el autobús he got on the bus
nunca he montado en avión I've never been on a plane
2. (en un coche) to get in
montó en el taxi she got in the taxi
3. (a caballo, en bici) to ride [pt. rode; pp. ridden]
aprendí a montar en bici de pequeña I learnt to ride a bike when I was young
4. (en una atracción) to go on
los niños montaron en la noria the children went on the big wheel
5. (una tienda de campaña) to put up [pt. & pp. put]
¿sabes montar la tienda? do you know how to put up the tent?
6. (un negocio) to set up [pt. & pp. set]
ha montado un negocio he's set up a business
7. (ensamblar) to assemble
tenemos que montar la estantería we've got to assemble the shelves
8. (nata, claras) to whip [pt. & pp. whipped]
montar un escándalo, un número, etc to make a scene

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Montar — tiene diferentes significados: En calzado, montar o centrar es el proceso por el cual el corte se une a la planta y se ciñe a la horma. Subirse a un animal en el que se puede cabalgar (caballo, burro, etc.) Cabalgar sobre dicho animal. Importar o …   Wikipedia Español

  • montar — (Del fr. monter). 1. intr. Ponerse o subirse encima de algo. U. t. c. tr. y c. prnl.) 2. Subir a una cabalgadura. 3. cabalgar (ǁ andar o pasear a caballo). Juan monta bien. U. t. c. tr. [m6]Pedro montaba un alazán. 4. En las cuentas, importar o… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • montar — Se conjuga como: amar Infinitivo: Gerundio: Participio: montar montando montado     Indicativo   presente imperfecto pretérito futuro condicional yo tú él, ella, Ud. nosotros vosotros ellos, ellas, Uds. monto montas monta montamos montáis montan… …   Wordreference Spanish Conjugations Dictionary

  • montar — em montava no cavalo branco. montar a montei a cavalo; montava a cem o número de feridos …   Dicionario dos verbos portugueses

  • montar — v. tr. 1. Colocar se a cavalo sobre (uma cavalgadura). 2. Pôr em cima de. 3. Colocar sobre. 4. Proporcionar o que é preciso a. 5. Prover, sortir. 6. Poder encerrar ou abranger. 7.  [Galicismo] Fundar, estabelecer. 8. Organizar. 9. Armar.… …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • montar — (Del fr. monter, subir.) ► verbo transitivo 1 Unir las piezas que forman un objeto o ponerlas en su lugar: ■ están montando la litera. SINÓNIMO ensamblar ANTÓNIMO desmontar 2 Instalar una cosa: ■ han montado una base militar americana. SINÓNIM …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • montar — v tr (Se conjuga como amar) I. 1 Poner una cosa sobre otra, de manera que ésta la sostenga y las dos queden firmemente colocadas: montar una viga en la pared, montar una pieza en un soporte, montar una piedra preciosa en un anillo, montarla… …   Español en México

  • montar — {{#}}{{LM M26459}}{{〓}} {{ConjM26459}}{{\}}CONJUGACIÓN{{/}}{{SynM27115}} {{[}}montar{{]}} ‹mon·tar› {{《}}▍ v.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} {{※}}col.{{¤}} Organizar, armar o realizar: • Seis soldados montaron guardia junto al campamento. No montéis tanto… …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • montar — v. copular. ❙ «Son muy hombres y además, como no tienen agobios, montan muy a lo bravo, da gusto con ellos.» C. J. Cela, Mazurca para dos muertos. ❙ «Benicia [...] guarda la respiración y tú la montas como si estuviera muerta...» C. J. Cela,… …   Diccionario del Argot "El Sohez"


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