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

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]

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:

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In Santiago, Chile, there are almost a dozen newspapers. The most important dailies are El Mercurio (www.elmercurio.cl), founded in 1900, La Nación, and La Tercera (www.tercera.cl).