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clamber

verb [I usually + adv/prep] uk   /ˈklæm.bər/ us    /-bɚ/
to climb up, across, or into somewhere with difficulty, using the hands and the feet: They clambered over/up the rocks. I clambered into/onto the bus. She clambered into bed.
clamber
noun [C usually singular] uk   us  
I was worn out after my clamber up the hillside.
Translations of “clamber”
in Spanish trepar…
in French grimper…
in German klimmen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (手腳並用費力地)攀登,攀爬…
in Chinese (Simplified) (手脚并用费力地)攀登,攀爬…
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