dismount

[v. dis-mount; n. dis-mount, dis-mount]
verb (used without object)
1.
to get off or alight from a horse, bicycle, etc.
verb (used with object)
2.
to bring or throw down, as from a horse; unhorse; throw: The horse twisted and bucked and finally dismounted its rider.
3.
to remove (a thing) from its mounting, support, setting, etc.: to dismount a picture.
4.
to take (a mechanism) to pieces.
noun
5.
an act or process of dismounting.
6.
Gymnastics. a move by which a gymnast gets off an apparatus or finishes a floor exercise, usually landing upright on the feet.

Origin:
1525–35; probably modeled on Medieval Latin dismontāre or Middle French desmonter. See dis-1, mount1

dismountable, adjective
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dismount (dɪsˈmaʊnt)
 
vb
1.  to get off a horse, bicycle, etc
2.  (tr) to disassemble or remove from a mounting
 
n
3.  the act of dismounting
 
dis'mountable
 
adj

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dismount
1530s, from dis- + mount (v.). Related: Dismounted.
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Example sentences
Performs in shop or field repair, dismount and mount automotive, truck and
  heavy equipment and tires.
Click on the drive letter you mounted the volume with and click dismount.
Bikers are required to dismount and walk their bikes in the area of the
  waterfalls.
Rides allow you to dismount and explore for part of the ride in places where
  the horses can't go.
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