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scale

verb [T]
 
 
/skeɪl/
to climb something that is high or steep: to scale a wallMoving upwards
Translations of “scale”
in Arabic يَتسَلّق…
in Korean (높고 가파른 곳을) 기어 오르다…
in Malaysian memanjat…
in French escalader…
in Turkish tırmanmak…
in Italian scalare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 攀登, 爬越…
in Russian взбираться, залезать…
in Polish wspinać się na lub po…
in Vietnamese leo, trèo…
in Spanish escalar…
in Portuguese escalar, trepar em…
in Thai ขึ้นบันได, ปีนหน้าผา…
in German erklimmen…
in Catalan escalar…
in Japanese ~をよじ登る, 登る…
in Indonesian memanjat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 攀登, 爬越…
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