clamber Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “clamber” in the English Dictionary

"clamber" in British English

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clamberverb [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 intobed.
noun [C usually singular] uk   us  
I was ​worn out after my clamber up the ​hillside.
(Definition of clamber from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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clamberverb [I always + adv/prep]

 us   /ˈklæm·bər, -ər/
to ​climbsomewhere with ​difficulty, often ​needing to use both ​hands and ​feet: The ​baby clambered up the ​stairs.
(Definition of clamber from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “clamber”
in Spanish trepar…
in Vietnamese leo…
in Malaysian memanjat…
in Thai ปีนด้วยความลำบาก…
in French grimper…
in German klimmen…
in Chinese (Simplified) (手脚并用费力地)攀登,攀爬…
in Indonesian memanjat…
in Chinese (Traditional) (手腳並用費力地)攀登,攀爬…
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