to go up sth towards the top
爬山 / 树 / 墙
to climb a mountain/hill/tree/wall
She climbed up the stairs.
The car slowly climbed the hill.
As they climbed higher, the air became cooler.
to move somewhere, especially with difficulty or effort
I climbed through the window.
Sue climbed into bed.
Can you climb down?
The boys climbed over the wall.
to go up mountains or climb rocks as a hobby or sport
He likes to go climbing most weekends.
to go higher in the sky
The plane climbed to 33 000 feet.
to slope upwards
From here the path climbs steeply to the summit.
to grow up a wall or frame
a climbing rose
of temperature, a country's money, etc.
to increase in value or amount
The dollar has been climbing all week.
The paper's circulation continues to climb.
to move to a higher position or social rank by your own effort
In a few years he had climbed to the top of his profession.
The team has now climbed to fourth in the league.
to join others in doing sth that is becoming fashionable because you hope to become popular or successful yourself
politicians eager to jump on the environmental bandwagon
In the US, political parades often included a band on a wagon. Political leaders would join them in the hope of winning popular support.
to admit that you have made a mistake or that you were wrong
an act of climbing up a mountain, rock or large number of steps; a period of time spent climbing
an exhausting climb
It's an hour's climb to the summit.
a mountain or rock which people climb up for sport
Titan's Wall is the mountain's hardest rock climb.
an increase in value or amount
the dollar's climb against the euro
提高身份 / 地位
to a higher position or status
progress to a higher status, standard or position
a rapid climb to stardom
the long slow climb out of the recession
the act of climbing something
- it was a difficult climb to the top
an event that involves rising to a higher point (as in altitude or temperature or intensity etc.)
an upward slope or grade (as in a road)
- the car couldn't make it up the rise
increase in value or to a higher point
- prices climbed steeply
- the value of our house rose sharply last year
近义词: rise,go up
improve one's social status
- This young man knows how to climb the social ladder
go up or advance
- Sales were climbing after prices were lowered
go upward with gradual or continuous progress
- Did you ever climb up the hill behind your house?
近义词: climb up,mount,go up
move with difficulty, by grasping
- The path climbed all the way to the top of the hill