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  1. climb

    • IPA[klʌɪm]

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    • v.
      go or come up a (slope or staircase); ascend;(of an aircraft or the sun) go upwards
    • n.
      an ascent, especially of a mountain or hill, by climbing;a mountain, hill, or slope that is climbed
    • verb: climb, 3rd person present: climbs, gerund or present participle: climbing, past tense: climbed, past participle: climbed

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    • 1. an ascent, especially of a mountain or hill, by climbing this walk involves a long moorland climb how old will these graduates be before they begin a long climb out of debt?
    • a mountain, hill, or slope that is climbed he was too full of alcohol to negotiate the climb safely
    • a recognized route up a mountain or cliff this may be the hardest rock climb in the world
    • an aircraft's flight upwards we levelled out from the climb at 600 feet the rate of climb can be set by the pilot
    • a rise or increase in value, rank, or power an above-average climb in prices
    • n.
      a race for vehicles up a steep, often winding, hill: hill-climb championships

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    • v.
      engage in the sport or activity of rock climbing: I've been teaching young people to rock-climb, abseil, and ski

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    • n.
      the part of a flight of an aircraft after take-off and before it reaches a level altitude.

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    • n.
      a race for vehicles up a steep hill: hill-climb championships

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    • ph.
      withdraw from a position taken up in argument or negotiation

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    • v.
      engage in the sport or activity of rock climbing: I've been teaching young people to rock-climb, abseil, and ski

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    • n.
      the part of a flight of an aircraft after takeoff and before it reaches a level altitude.

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    • ph.
      be facing a very difficult task

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    • IPA[klīm]

    美式

    • v.
      go or come up (a slope, incline, or staircase), especially by using the feet and sometimes the ... we began to climb the hill the air became colder as they climbed higher
    • n.
      an ascent, especially of a mountain or hill, by climbing: the rigorous climb up the mountain his long climb from poverty

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