1. A piece of metal (as in a ring or other jewelry) that holds a gem in place; SYN. setting.
2. A high hill; mountain — used especially before an identifying name
3. An act or instance of mounting; specifically; an opportunity to ride a horse in a race
4. A means of conveyance; especially; saddle horse
5. Frame, support
In NFS, a folder or file retrieved from elsewhere on the network and accessed locally. See also NFS.
1. To attach to a support
2. To fix onto a backing, setting, or support
3. To prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance; SYN. put on.
4. To put up; SYN. launch.
To make a physical disk or tape accessible to a computer’s file system. The term is most commonly used to describe accessing disks in Macintosh and UNIX-based computers.