What is the pronunciation of climb?
English definition of “climb”
B2 [I] to go up, or to go towards the top of something: The plane climbed quickly to a height of 30,000 feet. As it leaves the village, the road climbs steeply up the mountain. The sun climbed higher in the sky.Moving upwards A2 [I or T] to use your legs, or your legs and hands, to go up or onto the top of something: to climb the stairs/mountain I hate climbing ladders. We're going climbing (= climbing mountains as a sport) in Scotland next weekend.Moving upwards › [I] If a price, number, or amount climbs, it increases: Our costs have climbed rapidly in the last few years.Moving upwards › [I] to move into a higher social position, or to improve your position at work: He quickly climbed to the top of his profession.Succeeding, achieving and fulfilling
› an act or process of climbing: We were very tired after our climb. The climb down the mountain took longer than the climb up. I've made three climbs so far this year. Her climb to power has been very rapid.Mountaineering and rock climbingMoving upwards › a place or object to be climbed: The north face of the Eiger is a very difficult climb.Mountaineering and rock climbingMoving upwards