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to climb ansteigen
to climb aufsteigen
to climb hinaufgehen
to climb hinaufsteigen
to climb hochklettern
to climb klimmen
to climb kraxeln [südd.] [österr.] [ugs.] [klettern]
to climb [of a plant] (sich) ranken
to climb [prices etc.] in die Höhe gehen [Preise etc.]
to climb / get on one's high horse [idiom]sich [Akk.] aufs hohe Ross setzen [Redewendung]
to climb a chimneyeinen Schornstein erklimmen
to climb a hill [Br.] [car, motorbike, bike]eine Steigung hinauffahren [Auto, Motor- oder Fahrrad]
to climb a ladder auf eine Leiter steigen
to climb a ladder eine Leiter hinaufsteigen
to climb a mountaineinen Berg besteigen
to climb a peak auf einen Berggipfel klettern
to climb a slopeeinen Hang hinaufgehen
to climb a tree einen Baum erklettern
to climb a treeeinen Baum ersteigen
to climb aboard an Bord kommen
to climb about in the treesin den Bäumen herumklettern
to climb down herabsteigen
to climb downheruntersteigen
to climb downklein beigeben
to climb down mit der Stimme nach unten gehen
to climb downnachgeben
to climb downzurückklettern
to climb down hinunterklettern
to climb down hinunterkraxeln [bayer.] [österr.]
to climb down runterklettern [ugs.] [herunterklettern]
to climb down [as observed from above] hinabklettern
to climb down [fig.] einen Rückzieher machen [ugs.]
to climb down a ladder [away from observer] eine Leiter hinabsteigen
to climb down a ladder [towards observer]eine Leiter herabsteigen
to climb down a treeeinen Baum herabklettern
to climb down from sth.von etw. [Dat.] herabsteigen
to climb higherhöher hinaufklettern
to climb in einsteigen
to climb in at the windowzum Fenster reinklettern [ugs.]
to climb in through the windowdurch das Fenster einsteigen
to climb into a treein einen Baum steigen
to climb into sth. in etw. [Akk.] hineinsteigen
to climb into sth.in etw. [Akk.] reinsteigen [ugs.]
to climb into sth. in etw. [Akk.] hineinklettern
to climb on / onto the table auf den Tisch klettern
to climb on a chair auf einen Stuhl steigen
to climb on full power mit voller Leistung steigen
to climb on the bandwagon mit einsteigen
to climb on the bandwagonsich einer erfolgversprechenden Sache anschließen
to climb on the roofauf das Dach steigen
to climb on to sth. auf etw. hinaufsteigen
to climb on (top of) a wall auf eine Mauer klettern
to climb onto hinaufklettern auf
to climb out of the relegation zone sich aus der Abstiegszone befreien
to climb out of the window zum Fenster hinaussteigen
to climb over überklettern
to climb over [away from observer] hinüberklettern
to climb over [towards observer] herüberklettern
to climb over a wallüber eine Mauer klettern
to climb over from sth.von etw. [Dat.] (aus) übersteigen [hinüberklettern / herüberklettern]
to climb over from sth. [away from observer] von etw. [Dat.] (aus) hinüberklettern
to climb over from sth. [towards observer] von etw. [Dat.] (aus) herüberklettern
to climb over sth.etw. [Akk.] übersteigen
to climb right up ganz hinaufklettern
to climb sth. [a mountain, a tower, etc.] etw. [Akk.] besteigen [einen Berg, einen Turm etc.]
to climb sth. [a mountain, etc.] etw. [Akk.] erklimmen [geh.] [einen Berg etc.]
to climb sth. [esp. a mountain, a peak, a cliff] etw. erklettern
to climb sth. [mountain etc.] etw. [Akk.] ersteigen
to climb the ladder of successdie Leiter zum Erfolg emporsteigen [geh.]
to climb the social ladder gesellschaftlich aufsteigen
to climb the stairs die Stiegen hinaufsteigen
to climb the stairsdie Treppen hinaufgehen
to climb the walls [coll.] [idiom] die Wände hochgehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to climb through one's sweetheart's windowfensterln [bes. südd., österr.]
to climb through sth.etw. durchsteigen [durchklettern]
to climb to a position of powerin eine Machtposition aufsteigen
to climb to one's feetsich hochrappeln
to climb to powerzur Macht gelangen
to climb to ten thousand feetauf zehntausend Fuß steigen
to climb to the top of a hill einen Hügel besteigen
to climb treesauf Bäume klettern
to climb up hinaufsteigen
to climb up hinaufklettern
to climb upraufklettern [ugs.] [heraufklettern]
to climb up [from below] heraufklettern
to climb up [on sth., e.g. ivy on a wall](sich) emporranken [geh.] [an etw., z. B. Mauer]
to climb up hand over hand sich nach oben hangeln
to climb up sth. [e.g. a wall] etw. entern [ugs.] [erklettern] [z. B. eine Mauer] [selten]
to climb up the social ladderin der Gesellschaft emporkommen
to climb (up) a tree [to climb on a tree] auf einen Baum klettern
to climb (up) sth. [e.g. the stairs]etw. [Akk.] emporsteigen [z. B. die Treppe]
to climb (up) the greasy poledie Karriereleiter hochklettern
to climb (up) the greasy pole [fig.] die Ochsentour machen [ugs.]
to climb (up) the greasy pole [idiom] sich [Akk.] nach oben dienen [Redewendung]
to climb vertically senkrecht hochklettern
to clinch anheften
to clinch entscheiden
to clinch stauchen
to clincheinen Nagel vernieten
to clinch endgültig regeln
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