climb

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  • Info In aviation, a climb is the operation of increasing the altitude of an aircraft. more...
  • They climbed down with great care, only one man moving at a time.
  • Rock climbing is of very high quality and still under-developed in the county.
  • It also serves as a very good climbing tree to reach other trees.
  • When flying light aircraft, power is usually increased to full for any extended climb.
  • There was no change in the sea level rate-of-climb at per minute.
  • Many of his climbs provide him no opportunity to rest and can last several hours.
  • It has long been known as one of the most frequently climbed mountains in the world.
  • She was an active child who climbed everything from trees to street lights.
  • Robert has been arrested at the top of many of the major buildings he has climbed.
  • He climbed out of his destroyed car just moments after the accident finished.
  • It is not known when the mountain was first climbed, or by whom.
  • Anyone who climbed onto its back would not be able to get off again.
  • As time went on, he decided that climbing was his life's focus.
  • I climbed half-way up the rock before I shot him. Cited from The Lost World/Arthur Conan Doyle
  • As she had earlier, Hill worked in order to be able to climb.
  • He climbed back to the road and again fell in the snow.
  • This area is great for walking but is also a popular climbing area.
  • However, only six weeks after her fall, she was back climbing.
  • Before she can make any attempt to save it, its owner climbs up beside her.
  • They did not stop there, however, and continued climbing straight on up into the sky.
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Meaning of climb

  • noun An event that involves rising to a higher point (as in altitude or temperature or intensity etc.)
  • noun The act of climbing something
    it was a difficult climb to the top
  • verb Go upward with gradual or continuous progress
    Did you ever climb up the hill behind your house?
  • verb Move with difficulty, by grasping
  • verb Slope upward
    The path climbed all the way to the top of the hill
  • verb Improve one's social status
    This young man knows how to climb the social ladder