climb out

climb out (of something)

to get, crawl, or move out of something. He climbed out of the wreckage and examined himself carefully for injuries. He climbed out very carefully.
See also: climb, out
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LSH will be looking to pick up where they left off in mid January and maintain their promotion challenge while Anselmians, with plenty of the season left, will be keen to kick-start their climb out of the relegation zone.
The Mets still didn't solve the puzzle of Washington Nationals pitcher Livan Hernandez, but Justin Turner's run-scoring single in the fourth inning gave New York all the offense it needed to post a 1-0 win at Citi Field this afternoon and climb out of last place in the East Division of the National League.
When she bent forward to climb out of her car, crowds of onlookers got an eyeful of her cleavage and from that moment Diana was regarded as a fashion icon.
P WEST Brom's climb out of the relegation zone is a better story than The Great Escape
But a flat tire in the season opener led to a disappointing outing and put Pursley in a hole in points that he has been trying to climb out of ever since.
Mary Bond, 66, of Mettingham, Suffolk, said she was amazed to see the Fresian standing quietly in the shallow end, apparently unconcerned by its inability to climb out.