There are 2 translations of climb in Spanish:

climb1

Pronunciation: /klaɪm/

vt

  • [mountain] escalar, subir a; [stairs] subir; [tree] trepar a, treparse a (esp AmL) , subirse a he slipped while climbing the north face se resbaló al escalar la pared norte to climb Everest escalar el Everest, subir al Everest he climbed the stairs with difficulty subió las escaleras con dificultad she climbed the tree trepó or se trepó al árbol, se subió al árbol
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    • The only way to reach the roof was by climbing the ladder that was inside the building itself, unless they climbed up the side.
    • Ewan climbed up the ladder quickly, used to doing so, as he'd been climbing the same ladder for over six years.
    • Red began to climb the staircase to the third tower of the east wing, known affectionately as the correlation wing, used mainly for social events, conferences and the like.

vi

  • 1.1 (clamber) trepar, treparse to go climbing [Sport] hacer* alpinismo or (AmL tb) andinismo, ir* a escalar or de escalada she climbed onto a chair/the table se subió a una silla/la mesa, trepó or se trepó a una silla/la mesa we climbed down off the roof bajamos del tejado to climb into/out of bed meterse en/levantarse de la cama he climbed into his pajamas se puso el pijama climb in! (to car) ¡sube! 1.2 (rise) [path/road/aircraft] subir, ascender* [formal]; [inflation/population/temperature] subir, ascender* [formal]
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    • The break was a long gulley, and the road climbed precariously and steeply along its edge.
    • The bridleway climbs above the road and rejoins it further up at a gate.
    • The track climbs steeply towards the summit and lucky for us we had excellent weather and were able to see halfway across Tasmania from the top.
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    • Since hitting the floor last year, its value has steadily climbed again in line with a general recovery in the sector.
    • Passenger-train performance began to climb, increasing steadily into the 1990s.
    • The company's shares had climbed steadily in value over the preceding two months to a historic high at the end of the year.
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    • He never touched her: until one night, piqued that he hadn't made a move, she climbed over the bolster herself.
    • The cranks on the deck were moved off quickly, while crew members climbed aboard the massive transit.
    • Space Tower Danny climbs onto Spain's tallest skyscraper, currently under construction in Barcelona.

Phrasal verbs

climb down

v + prep + o (descend) [rope] bajarse por; [tree] bajarse de 1.1v + adv 2.1 (descend) bajar(se), descender* [formal] 2.2 (withdraw, concede) [colloquial/familiar] ceder

climb up

v + prep + o [tree] trepar a, treparse a (esp AmL) ; [hill] subir; [rockface] escalar; [rope] subir or trepar por 1.1v + adv subir she climbed up to the top subió hasta la cima

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There are 2 translations of climb in Spanish:

climb2

n

  • 1.1 (ascent) subida (f); [Sport] escalada (f) it's a steep climb to the top es una subida empinada hasta la cima a difficult climb for beginners una escalada difícil para principiantes
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    • It's a long climb, a brutal ascent by any standard, but that severity is the mountain's saving grace.
    • The easy walk was a shorter version of Jim's walk, and both walks finished with the climb to Hoad Hill and the Barrow Monument.
    • After a while we began a gentle ascent of the Little Homer Saddle, the only climb in the whole walk.
    1.2 (gradient) ascenso (m), subida (f)
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    • At the top of the grassy climb you will come across this monument.
    • This painting captures the height of the grassy climb, looking down over the white chalk cliffs to the water.
    1.3 [Aviat] ascenso (m) to go into a climb iniciar un ascenso
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    • Graham cleaned up the aircraft for single-engine climb and took the flight controls.
    • The take-off is flawless; a steep climb has the aircraft high by strip's end to avoid the possibility of ground-fire.
    • The lead aircraft coordinated a climb with the tower controller to hold over the airport at 2,500 feet.

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Cultural fact of the day

Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.