This science and technology centre is to expand the cooperative exchanges with other provinces and cities to scale (climb )together the new heights of science and technology.
Any of various usually small tropical and subtropical lizards of the family Gekkonidae,having toes padded with setae containing numerous suction cups that enable them to climb on vertical surfaces.
Don t climb that ladder--it s not secure.
Its not safe to climb without being lashed together
The long hot climb made him sweat
The long climb tested our powers of endurance.
He was heated by the long climb .
We were scant of breath after the lengthy climb .
There was a steep climb on the road out of town.
By now the prince was dreadfully thirsty, so he decided to climb down the well to find water himself
a giddy climb to the topmast.
The road began to climb .
It took the climbers a month to trek to the foot of the mountain before they even started their climb .
It took the climber a month to trek to the foot of the mountain before they even started their climb .
The first attempt to climb Mount Everest failed.
Before the crash, the pilot attempted to drop one of the auxiliary fuel tanks so that he could climb higher and avoid the crash, but in vain.
The boys tried to climb the mountain, but they falied because of the bad weather.
The child was too small to climb ,we had to pug him up.
In stead, climb more mountains, eat more ice cream, go barefoot more often, swim more rivers, watch more sunsets, laugh more, and cry less
Monkeys can climb well
Afrer many attempts to climb it, the mountain was conquered in 1982.
After many attempts to climb it, the mountain was finally conquered in 1985.
Climb down the tree at once.
The Big Boy tried to climb through the window of the warehouse, But it’s a tight fit.
That boy can climb like a steeple jack.
The donkey was so overloaded, it could hardly climb the hill.
Hard to traverse,climb ,or surmount.
You climb up through the little grades and then get to the top
Do you think you can climb that tree?
Can you climb all year round?
vertical climb rate
negative rate of climb
1.A mountain, hill, or slope that is climbed.
‘he was too full of alcohol to negotiate the _climb_ safely’
‘At the top of the grassy _climb_ you will come across this monument.’
2.A recognized route up a mountain or cliff.
‘this may be the hardest rock _climb_ in the world’
‘By the time I got to the _climbs_ above the 50 foot pit, I needed Paul’s assistance to get up, and progress was pretty slow beyond that point.’
3.A rise or increase in value, rank, or power.
‘an above-average _climb_ in prices’
‘Most in higher education would describe it as a slow but steady _climb_ through the ranks.’
4.An aircraft’s flight upwards.
‘we levelled out from the _climb_ at 600 feet’
‘the rate of _climb_ can be set by the pilot’
5.An ascent, especially of a mountain or hill, by climbing.
‘this walk involves a long moorland _climb_ ’
‘how old will these graduates be before they begin a long _climb_ out of debt?’
1.(of a plant) grow up (a wall, tree, or trellis) by clinging with tendrils or by twining.
‘when ivy _climbs_ a wall it infiltrates any crack’
‘there were roses _climbing_ up the walls’
2.(of a road or track) slope upwards.
‘the track _climbed_ steeply up a narrow, twisting valley’
‘The path _climbed_ modestly to Chunyang Hall, then descended to Shengui whose lovely wooden pavilion stands on a plinth in a three-sided courtyard.’
3.(of an aircraft or the sun) go upwards.
‘we decided to _climb_ to 6,000 feet’
‘The White Knight turbojet aircraft _climbs_ over the Mojave desert with SpaceShipOne attached to its underbelly.’
4.Go or come up a (slope or staircase); ascend.
‘we began to _climb_ the hill’
‘the air became colder as they _climbed_ higher’
5.Increase in scale, value, or power.
‘deer numbers have been _climbing_ steadily’
‘the stock market _climbed_ 23.9 points’
6.Move to a higher position in (a chart or table)
‘the book _climbed_ to number 18 on the New York Times bestseller list’
‘The song also _climbed_ the charts in North America and went on to become a worldwide hit for the duo.’
7.Move with effort, especially into or out of a confined space; clamber.
‘Howard started to _climb_ out of the front seat’
‘Star pulled into her usual parking space and _climbed_ out of her car.’
8.Put on (clothes)
‘he _climbed_ into his suit’
‘They all begin _climbing_ into old style pressure suits, to add an extra safety factor above their life belts.’
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