escalada, subida, ascensãosubir, trepar, escalar
Noun(1) an upward slope or grade (as in a road(2) an event that involves rising to a higher point (as in altitude or temperature or intensity etc.(3) the act of climbing something
Verb(1) go upward with gradual or continuous progress(2) move with difficulty, by grasping(3) go up or advance(4) slope upward(5) improve one's social status(6) increase in value or to a higher point
(1) He decided to solo Green Gully and did fine until the last few feet of the climb .(2) A popular assumption in recent commentary about the climb in the oil price is that it will ├ö├ç├┐fuel inflation├ö├ç├û across the world's leading economies.(3) My efforts were rewarded by an increasing ability to climb to more advanced levels.(4) He began to climb the ladder, and when he'd almost reached the top, he stumbled and fell.(5) In mythology, the steep climb up the mountain is the seeking of the masculine spirit in ourselves (for men and women).(6) we began to climb the hill(7) Until the final climb , nothing we did on the mountain compared with the demands of the Trail.(8) The Indian economy is so finely poised on the edge of a boom that it will take very little to start the upward climb again.(9) We started a cruise climb to 31,000 feet checking the winds as we went along.(10) we leveled out from the climb at 600 feet(11) Liz was sprawled on the bed, turned away from Brett as she watched the sun slowly climb over the horizon, signaling the beginning of a new day.(12) The richly talented young Scot will put the accent on fitness in France in a determined effort to climb up the world rankings(13) After a few seconds - which seemed like hours - the aircraft started a shallow climb .(14) The aircraft will climb to approximately 39,000 feet and release the launch vehicle and payload.(15) You can plant your vine to climb a trellis, arbor, pergola, or fence.(16) Most in higher education would describe it as a slow but steady climb through the ranks.
(1) to climb :: escalar
(2) climb up :: escalar
(3) climb a tree :: escalar uma árvore
(4) climb a mountain :: Escalar uma montanha
(5) climb over :: escalar
(6) climb the ladder :: Subir a escada
(7) climb out :: sair
(8) climb the stairs :: subir a escada
(9) climb on :: subir em
1. ascent ::
2. mount ::
3. mounting ::
4. raise ::
5. ascend ::
6. rise ::
7. slope upward ::
8. increase ::
9. advance ::
10. clamber ::
11. go up ::
ir para cima
12. wax ::
1. decline ::
2. descend ::
3. dip ::
4. drop ::
5. plunge ::
climb, climbable, climbed, climber, climbers, climbing, climbs
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Climb to the top of the broken tower.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 7
He'll probably CLIMB up
the Empire State Building
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 13
when Sheldon used to CLIMB in bed with us
during a thunderstorm.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 17
Many who try to CLIMB it fail
and never get to try again.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6
Come on, they have birthday parties here.
Little kids CLIMB this.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 13
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