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Climb

Pronunciation of Climb
/klˈa͡ɪm/, /klˈa‍ɪm/, /k_l_ˈaɪ_m/

Antonyms for climb:

descend, wane, decline, drop, fall, dismount.

Synonyms for climb:

Sense 2

vegetate, put forth, ruin, bounce back, lock in, gyrate, wilt, inflate, wither, pass on, beat down, settle up, world, eject, reduce, shrivel, hold-down, peg, airlift, pitch, mark up, fruit, bank, hold, deflate, drive up, stack up, impoverish, depress, scramble.

Sense 3

ramble, blossom, top, steady, mobile, captain, come down, acquire, fly, bloom, mark down, stack, pod, radius, price, bud.

Sense 4

ticket, talk down, cost, take off, quote, pilot, land, bargain, trickle, fade.

Sense 5

trim, put down, crawl, offer, choke, flower, buzz.

Sense 6

value, ground, seed.

Sense 7

reach, tender, drift, sprout, sting, root.

Sense 8

yield, depth, step.

Sense 9

put up.

Sense 10

fix, piece.

Sense 11

come out.

Sense 13

bear, range.

Sense 15

way.

Sense 18

open.

Sense 24

set.

Sense 25

run.

Sense 26

carry.

ascend

scale, lift off, move up.

get on

go up.

go up

ascend.

mound

hill.

mount

clamber.

uprise

uprise.

Sense 1 (noun)

canyoneering, climbing wall, climber, base camp, clamber, Caving, abseil.

Sense 2 (noun)

grade, hill.

Sense 3 (noun)

escalate, multiply.

Sense 4 (noun)

reach.

Sense 7 (noun)

step.

Sense 8 (noun)

land.

Sense 10 (noun)

blossom, bud, choke, die back, come out, fade, bloom, bear.

Sense 12 (noun)

depth, hairsbreadth, carry, radius, range, piece.

Sense 13 (noun)

trickle, crawl, drift.

ascent (noun)

mounting.

climb (noun)

rise, ascent, wax, climbing, raise, go up, upgrade, mounting, mount, climb up, acclivity.

speed (noun)

zoom.

ascend (verb)

rise, mount, elevate, soar, lift, levitate, float, ascend, scale, escalade.

crawl, move up (verb)

scale, rise, clamber, top, mount, go up, escalate, ascend, soar, escalade.

motion (verb)

mount, climb up, go up.

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