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clamber

US [ˈklæmbər]
UK [ˈklæmbə(r)]
  • n.攀登
  • v.攀爬
  • Web可来博;爬上;美国可来博
Simple Present:clambers  Present Participle:clambering  Past Tense:clambered  
clamber
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v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(吃力地)攀登,攀爬to climb or move with difficulty or a lot of effort, using your hands and feet
The children clambered up the steep bank.
孩子们攀登上了陡峭的河岸。

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