Definition of hill climb in English:

hill climb

Syllabification: hill climb

noun

A race for vehicles up a steep, often winding, hill.
More example sentences
  • Events varied from 20-km solo and team time trials to cross-country races, a hill climb and a dirt criterium.
  • A highlight will be a points battle for the King of the Mountains hill climb jersey at Oxenhope.
  • ‘I have ridden the bike in trials with a different engine but it is the first time I have done a freak hill climb on it,’ he said.

Derivatives

hill-climber

noun
More example sentences
  • For experimental purposes a population of stochastic hill-climbers is a genetic algorithm without crossover.
  • Alternatively if all hill-climbers converge to points well-distributed across the space a more global, non-linear search technique such as a genetic algorithm is introduced.
  • In this article, thorough examinations and comparison between genetic algorithm with heuristic search and hill-climbers search would be carried out.

hill-climbing

noun
More example sentences
  • Great, but all that hill-climbing's made us hungry.
  • Because they're built for speed, road bikes don't have lower, hill-climbing gears popular with mountain bikes.
  • For a species, exploring the fitness landscape isn't a matter of a defined-position cursor moving with a hill-climbing algorithm.

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