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clamber

verb
 
 
/ˈklæmbər/
clamber into/over/up, etc to climb somewhere with difficulty, especially using your hands and feet: The children clambered into the boat.Moving upwardsMoving on your hands and legs or on your stomach
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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