- vt. & vi. 爬,攀登 go up by using the hands or feet; ascend
- [S]攀登,爬 going up by using the hands or feet
- [S]上升,增长 rise; increase
an upward slope or grade (as in a road);
"the car couldn't make it up the rise"
an event that involves rising to a higher point (as in altitude or temperature or intensity etc.)
the act of climbing something;
"it was a difficult climb to the top"
go upward with gradual or continuous progress;
"Did you ever climb up the hill behind your house?"
move with difficulty, by grasping
go up or advance;
"Sales were climbing after prices were lowered"
"The path climbed all the way to the top of the hill"
improve one's social status;
"This young man knows how to climb the social ladder"
increase in value or to a higher point;
"prices climbed steeply"
"the value of our house rose sharply last year"
- I have some climbing plants in the garden.
- We go to climb mountains every Sunday.
- The road climbs steeply for several miles.
- The value of imports has climbed sharply in the last year.
- Do you think you can climb that steep cliff?
- Climb up the tree and chuck the apples down to me.
- There was a steep climb on the road out of town.
- Monkeys climb well.
- The slope is too steep for us to climb.
- We climbed higher that we might see the scenes better.
- He likes to go climbing at weekends.
- The plane climbed steeply.
- The road climbed steeply.
- The sun climbed steadily in the sky.
- The crescent moon had climbed high in the sky before she sent the others home.
- Prices climbed last summer.
- The dollar has been climbing steadily all week.
- Could you climb the chimney?
- Do you think you can climb that tree?
- She often climbs the mountains on Sunday.
- Although he was warned of the danger he adhered to his plans to climb the mountain alone.
- We climbed that mountain last summer.
- We now set out to climb the hill.
- He climbed the mountain carefully, all the time watching out for loose rocks.
- There are people climbing the mountains.
- Regardless of danger, he climbed the tower.
- She climbed the slippery slope with difficulty to search for herbs.
- The enemy climbed the opposite cliff, we sloped our firing to follow them.
- The little train climbed the mountainside slowly.
- The old lady broke her leg when she climbed the stairs.
- The production of iron took three years to climb to 500,000 tons.
- He climbed the social ladder.
- I have several climbing plants in the garden.
- He pulled at the rope hanging from above to see if it was safe for the climb.
- Mr. Burke carried on with the climb solo.
- You'd better reserve your strength for tomorrow's climb.
- We started the climb in the early morning of the next day.
- It's an hour's climb to the summit.
- It was a long climb from the village to the top of the mountain.
- The minister's climb to power had taken 20 years.
- climb along (v.+prep.)
沿…爬 move along sth
climb along sth
The branch began to bend as I climb along it.
They climbed along the tortuous mountain trail.
- climb down (v.+adv.)
〈非正〉让步,屈服,妥协 retreat from a position previously taken; compromise; admit defeat
- climb into (v.+prep.)
〈非正〉穿衣 have clothes on one's body
- climb on (v.+prep.)
赶浪头,效仿他人的成功做法 copy other people's successful actions
- climb out of (v.+adv.+prep.)
〈非正〉设法使自己不为受过,受责备 try to clear oneself of blame for sth
- climb to (v.+prep.)
钻营,向上爬 carry favour with sb in authority for personal gain
climb to sth
The ivy climbed to the roof.
The boy has climbed to the head of his class.
He climbed to the heights of power in ten years.10
From this humble beginning he climbed to a position at the very top.
It was with the support of the reactionaries at home and abroad that this young minister climbed to the Golden Throne.
- climb up (v.+prep.)
向上爬,攀登 move upward by using both hands and feet
climb up sth
I expected we may climb up the mountains before noon.
Cats often find it easier to climb up a tree than to climb down.
The boy climbed up the tree like a monkey.
The fireman gripped the railing to climb up.
- climb a ladder 爬梯子
- climb a mast 爬桅杆
- climb a wall 爬墙
- climb hill 爬山
- climb mountain 登山
- climb steep 登上峭壁
- climb the rigging 发脾气
- climb the stairs 爬楼梯
- climb trail 攀登山间小道
- climb tree 爬上树
- climb aboard 上车
- climb conveniently 方便地攀登
- climb socially 身价提高
- climb wearily 疲劳地攀爬
- climb down 爬下来,退下来,断念头,让步,屈服
- climb across the roof 爬过屋顶
- climb at the rate of... 以…的速度爬
- climb down a ladder (爬)下梯子
- climb down a wall 爬下墙
- climb from poverty to wealth 由穷变富
- climb in a zigzag fashion 做之字形攀登
- climb into leadership 爬上领导的地位
- climb into one's overalls 匆忙地穿上工作服
- climb into society 进入社会
- climb into the car 爬进汽车
- climb into the chairmanship 升到主席的职位
- climb into the fame 爬到有声望的地位
- climb into the square 登上拳击台开始比赛
- climb into the upper bunk 爬到上铺去
- climb on a table 爬上桌子
- climb on frames 攀缘架子向上攀登
- climb on the band wagon 加入轰轰烈烈的运动,和群众共同行动
- climb onto sb's shoulders 爬上某人的肩膀
- climb out of a jeep 从吉普车里出来
- climb out of one's overalls 匆忙地脱下工作服
- climb out of the cockpit 爬出座舱
- climb over 翻过,爬越过
- climb over a fence 爬过篱笆
- climb over a wall 爬过墙
- climb through a window 从窗口爬进去
- climb to a height (飞机)爬升到一定高度
- climb to a high rank 爬上高级职位
- climb to power 爬到掌权地位,掌权
- climb to success 发迹
- climb to the top of... 爬到…的顶上
- climb up 攀登上,冒险爬
- climb up a mountain 登山
- climb up the bank 爬上岸
- climb up a wall 爬上墙
- climb up the stairs 爬楼梯
- climb up the tree 爬上树
- do〔make〕 a difficult climb 做一次艰难的攀登
- careerist on the climb 向上爬的野心家
John climbed to the topmost branches of the old ash tree.出自： A. Ransome
I climbed up the goat-paths.出自： J. Fowles
- climb的基本意思是“攀登,向上爬”,是指步行或用手脚(也可借助工具)向上攀登,也可指日月的上升。引申可表示在社会地位上“钻营”“向上爬”; 在非正式用语中可作“匆忙或费力地穿衣或脱衣”解,此时常与介词into连用; 也可指货币“增值”。
- climb用作及物动词时,可接名词或代词作宾语; 用作不及物动词时,可接down, on, out of和up等,表示动作的方向。
- climb up本身已有“向上”的含义,所以climb up中的up有时可以省略。
- climb to, climb into
- climb to的意思是“爬到或升到…”,强调位置; climb into的意思是“爬进”,强调动作。例如:
- I climbed to the top of the mountain yesterday.我昨天爬到了山顶。
- She climbed into the lifeboat.她爬进了救生艇。
- climb, ascend, mount
- climb指费力地攀登或上升; ascend是正式用语,多用于指登至极高的地方; mount指向上登的过程,尤指上马等一次跳跃的动作。例如:
- It took me almost three hours to climb the steep hill.我花了几乎三个小时才爬上这座陡峭的山。
- He ascended the stairs.他登上了楼梯。
- The soldiers stood beside their horses, waiting for the order to mount.士兵们站立在马的旁边,等待上马的命令。
- He mounted his horse away.他骑上他的马走了。
- climb, crawl
- climb是指“用手脚攀登”,一般用于垂直地或倾斜地向高处爬; 而crawl一词是水平地“顺地爬,蠕动,匍匐前进”的意思。例如:
- After many attempts to climb it, the mountain was finally conquered〔overcome〕 in 1985.经过多次努力攀登,这座山终于在1985年被征服了。
- The baby crawled across the room.那个婴孩从房间的这边爬到那边。
- climb, scale
- scale和climb都指攀登。scale仅指身体的动作,特别是为了越过障碍而采取的艰苦动作; climb强调吃力地或曲折地向上运动。
误 He climbed quickly on a tree.
正 He climbed quickly into a tree.
析 这里不用介词on,而用介词into,是因为进入了茂密的枝叶之中。同时, on a tree通常是指固定的东西,如果实和树叶。我们乘缆车到了山顶。
误 We climbed the peak by cable car.
正 We went up the peak by cable car.
析 climb表示“爬,登”,一般指用步行方式或手脚并用; 用其他方式或工具(如“车载”)时,用go up。我们忘了带钥匙,只好爬过大门。
误 We forgot our key so we had to climb off the gate.
正 We forgot our key so we had to climb over the gate.
析 表示“翻越”“爬过”时, climb需接 over ,不能用off。我们明天打算去爬山。
误 We are going to climb tomorrow.
正 We are going climbing tomorrow.
析 表示体育或娱乐活动,应说go+ v -ing,而不用go+to- v 。你爬上树去看一下打架的情况。
误 You climb the tree to see the fight.
正 You climb tree to see the fight.他想吃到果子就必须爬上那棵长满果子的树。
误 He that would eat the fruit must climb tree.
正 He that would eat the fruit must climb the tree.
析 在说“爬树”时,如果不指明爬什么树或爬哪棵树,则不用冠词,只说climb tree; 但如果特指,则要加冠词。
- ☆ 直接源自中古英语的climben；最初源自古英语的climban，意为抓住，爬。