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climb

verb /klaim/
(of a person etc ) to go up or towards the top of (a mountain, wall, ladder etc)
subir, escalar
He climbed to the top of the hill He climbed up the ladder The child climbed the tree.
to rise or ascend
ascender, subir
The path climbs to Westburton Hill.
climber noun a person who climbs (mountains)
alpinista, escalador
He is an experienced mountain climber.
a climbing plant
alpinista
Flowering climbers covered the rough surface of the walls.
(usually social climber) an ambitious person who tries to improve his/her social status
enredadera
She had a reputation for being a social climber.
climbing noun the sport or activity of climbing mountains or rocks
Escalar
the top five places to go climbing in Australia (also adjective) a climbing expedition.
(Definition of climb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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