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climb

US [klaɪm]
UK [klaɪm]
  • v.爬;攀登;爬升;登山
  • n.攀登;攀缘;爬阶梯;攀登用的时间
  • Web攀爬;往上爬;上升
Simple Present:climbs  Present Participle:climbing  Past Tense:climbed  
Climb
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v.
上去go up
1.
[t][i]
~ (up) (sth)
攀登;爬to go up sth towards the top
to climb a mountain/hill/tree/wall
爬山;爬树;爬墙
She climbed up the stairs.
她爬上了楼梯。
The car slowly climbed the hill.
汽车缓慢地爬上了山坡。
As they climbed higher, the air became cooler.
他们攀登得越高,空气就越凉。
通过;下去;越过go through/down/over
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(尤指吃力地向某处)爬to move somewhere, especially with difficulty or effort
I climbed through the window.
我从窗口爬过去。
Sue climbed into bed.
休吃力地爬上床。
Can you climb down?
你能爬下去吗?
The boys climbed over the wall.
那些男孩翻过了那堵墙。
山、岩石等mountain/rock, etc.
3.
登山,攀岩(作为业余爱好或运动)to go up mountains or climb rocks as a hobby or sport
He likes to go climbing most weekends.
在多数周末他都喜欢去登山。
飞机、太阳等aircraft/sun, etc.
4.
[i]
爬升;上升to go higher in the sky
The plane climbed to 33 000 feet.
飞机爬升到 33 000 英尺。
倾斜着上升slope up
5.
[i]
倾斜上升to slope upwards
From here the path climbs steeply to the summit.
这条小路从这里突然变陡,直上山顶。
植物of plants
6.
[i]
(沿墙或架子)攀缘生长to grow up a wall or frame
a climbing rose
攀缘生长的玫瑰
增加increase
7.
[i]
上升;增值;升值to increase in value or amount
The dollar has been climbing all week.
整个星期美元一直在升值。
The paper's circulation continues to climb.
这份报纸的发行量持续增长。
提高身份/地位improve position/status
8.
[i]
~ (to sth)
(靠自己的努力)晋升,提高社会地位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.
他在几年内攀上了职业的巅峰。
The team has now climbed to fourth in the league.
这支队现已上升到联赛的第四名。
n.
山;台阶mountain/steps
1.
攀登;攀缘;爬阶梯;攀登用的时间an act of climbing up a mountain, rock or large number of steps; a period of time spent climbing
an exhausting climb
令人精疲力竭的攀登
It's an hour's climb to the summit.
爬到顶峰需要一小时。
2.
(登山或攀岩运动的)山,岩a mountain or rock which people climb up for sport
Titan's Wall is the mountain's hardest rock climb.
“巨人墙”是这座山最难攀登的一段山岩。
增加increase
3.
[ususing]
增值;升值;增加an increase in value or amount
the dollar's climb against the euro
美元对欧元的升值
提高身份╱地位to a higher position or status
4.
[ususing]
(地位、标准、身份的)跃升,提高,晋升progress to a higher status, standard or position
a rapid climb to stardom
一跃而成为明星
the long slow climb out of the recession
经济衰退期后长时间的缓慢复苏

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