Climb+over

  • 1 climb over — phr verb Climb over is used with these nouns as the object: ↑fence, ↑wall …

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  • 2 climb over — v. cross anything of substantial height …

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  • 3 climb — 01. The boys decided to [climb] the tree to steal some apples. 02. The baby was able to [climb] up onto the chair all by herself. 03. Sophie [climbed] up to the top of the rock face and then called down to the others to follow her. 04. If you put …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 4 climb — climb1 W2 [klaım] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(move up/down)¦ 2¦(temperature/prices etc)¦ 3¦(with difficulty)¦ 4¦(path/sun/plane)¦ 5¦(sport)¦ 6¦(plant)¦ 7¦(in a list)¦ 8¦(in your life/job)¦ 9 be climbing the walls Phrasal verbs …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 5 climb — Synonyms and related words: abandon, abruptness, acclivity, advance, anabasis, arise, ascend, ascension, ascent, back, back up, bank, budge, cant, careen, chandelle, change, change place, circle, clamber, clamber up, climb down, climb over, climb …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 6 climb — /klaɪm / (say kluym) verb (i) 1. to mount or ascend, especially by using both hands and feet. 2. to rise slowly by, or as by, continued effort. 3. to move or progress in a specified direction, especially with some effort, or by using both hands… …

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  • 7 over — adv., prep., n., & adj. adv. expressing movement or position or state above or beyond something stated or implied: 1 outward and downward from a brink or from any erect position (knocked the man over). 2 so as to cover or touch a whole surface… …

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  • 8 climb down (over something) — ˌclimb ˈdown (over sth) derived to admit that you have made a mistake or that you were wrong • The government was forced to climb down last night over its handling of pensions. Main entry: ↑climbderived …

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  • 9 Over the Hedge (DS game) — Over the Hedge PAL region cover art Developer(s) Vicarious Visions Publisher(s) Activision …

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  • 10 climb — [klīm] vi., vt. climbed, climbing [ME climben < OE climban < IE * glembh (> CLAMBER, CLUMP) < base * gel , to make round, clench, as the fist: basic sense, “to cling to, grip”] 1. to go up by using the feet and, often, the hands 2. to …

    English World dictionary

  • 11 climb — climb1 [ klaım ] verb *** ▸ 1 move on hands and feet ▸ 2 walk to top of ▸ 3 become higher ▸ 4 get into/out of something ▸ 5 move higher ▸ 6 achieve higher level ▸ 7 when plants grow up something ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) intransitive or transitive to use… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 12 climb — I UK [klaɪm] / US verb Word forms climb : present tense I/you/we/they climb he/she/it climbs present participle climbing past tense climbed past participle climbed *** 1) a) [intransitive/transitive] to use your hands and feet to move up, over,… …

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  • 13 climb — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 act of climbing ADJECTIVE ▪ long, slow ▪ short ▪ arduous, difficult, hard, steep, tough …

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  • 14 climb — climbable, adj. /kluym/, v.i. 1. to go up or ascend, esp. by using the hands and feet or feet only: to climb up a ladder. 2. to rise slowly by or as if by continued effort: The car laboriously climbed to the top of the mountain. 3. to ascend or… …

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  • 15 climb — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Old English climban; probably akin to Old English clifian to adhere more at cleave Date: before 12th century intransitive verb 1. a. to go upward with gradual or continuous progress ; rise, ascend <… …

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  • 16 climb — [[t]klaɪm[/t]] v. i. 1) to go up or ascend; move upward or toward the top of something: The sun climbed over the hill[/ex] 2) to slope upward: The road climbs steeply[/ex] 3) to ascend by twining or by means of tendrils, adhesive tissues, etc.,… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 17 climb — 1 verb 1 MOVE UP/DOWN (intransitive always + adv/prep, transitive) to move up, down, or across something, especially something tall or steep, using your feet and hands (+ up/down/along etc): Some spectators climbed onto the roof to get a better… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 climb — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. mount, scale, ascend, rise, go up; succeed; clamber, scramble, shin[ny]. See ascent, descent. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [The act of climbing] Syn. climbing, clamber, mounting, ascent; see rise 1 . 2. [An… …

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  • 19 climb*/*/*/ — [klaɪm] verb I 1) [I/T] to use your hands and feet to move up, over, down, or across something He climbed onto the roof.[/ex] We escaped by climbing through a window.[/ex] I didn t think he could climb the wall.[/ex] 2) [T] to walk up a slope or… …

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  • 20 Over the Hedge (handheld game) — Infobox VG title = Over the Hedge developer = Vicarious Visions publisher = Activision designer = engine = released = vgrelease|North America|NA|May 5, 2006 vgrelease|Europe|EU|July 22, 2006cite web|url=http://uk.ds.ign.com/articles/705/705380p1.h… …

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