Definition of climber in English:

climber

Line breaks: climb¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈklʌɪmə
 
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noun

1A person or animal that climbs: leopards are great tree climbers
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  • And naturally, they are expert tree climbers as well.
  • Jenkins says that he sees no sign that tree climbers are slipping into a macho ‘summit or bust’ mindset.
  • There's a side of me that enjoys watching these tree climbers having their deep fun.
1.1A mountaineer: a rock climber
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  • Each year they receive dozens of calls reporting lost walkers, stranded climbers or injured mountaineers.
  • We have had a long history of walkers and climbers coming here and we would certainly welcome the mountain bikers.
  • Sherpas, the Himalayan locals living in the borders of Tibet and Nepal, challenge the mountain routinely when assisting climbers and also deeply subscribe to this belief.
1.2A climbing plant: climbers trained up fences and trellises
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  • Terraces brim with pot plants and climbers - honeysuckle, hydrangeas, lavender.
  • When planting tree roses, climbers or ramblers with long stems, tie them to stakes or supports immediately after planting.
  • More than 20,000 smaller trees and shrubs of varying types will also be planted, including climbers trained across the environmental barrier.

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