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1. To get off or down, as from a horse.
2. To get out of a vehicle.
3. To remove from a support, setting, or mounting.
4. To unseat or throw off, as from a horse.
5. To disassemble (a mechanism, for example).
6. The act or manner of dismounting, especially from a horse.
7. A move in gymnastics whereby the gymnast gets off an apparatus or completes a floor exercise, typically landing on both feet.
8. Etymology: Probably an alteration of obsolete French desmonter, "to unseat" des-, dis- plus monter, "to mount"; from Latin mons, mont-, "mountain".
This entry is located in the following units: dis-, di-, dif- (page 19) mont-, mount- (page 1)