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climb down

To physically descend to a lower point by climbing. Climb down from there this minute, young lady! My little brother climbed down from the tree and ran across the yard to join me.
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climb down (from something)

to dismount something; to come down from something. The child climbed down from the roof. Please climb down!
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The women, however, refused to climb down unless they were given a written assurance, accepting their demands and a setting deadline for the same.
Officers from the emergency rescue unit EMAK rushed to the scene but were unable to convince the detainees to climb down.
Therefore, Obama made a tactical retreat from his earlier promises, leaving Abbas stuck on that tree unable to climb down, which would show weakness in the eyes of his compatriots.
Zoo authorities say the tiger would climb down when he is hungry.
The attempting suicider was finally convinced to climb down the tower by security officers and was arrested for further interrogation.
UNDER-fire Wendy Alexander took yet another battering yesterday after an astonishing climb down over the independence referendum.
WOULD you climb down 150ft with only a rope and a hard hat - for charity?
After he failed to find his footing to climb down from his perch, Huddersfield firefighters were called at 7.35pm.
The firefighters were also winched off because they had become too cold to climb down safely.
Yet many operators now working in a much lower cab will commonly climb down a few rungs of the ladder and then jump to the ground rather than continue their climb.
They were even willing to overlook the blatant public alcohol consumption if it meant they didn't have to climb down the long-ass trail.
It's time to climb down from your stand, but deer are nearby.
Even with her injury, she managed to climb down steep faces covered in loose rock and pull herself through heather and bracken to the roadside where she was found by passing tourists and taken to the police.
TWO teenage girls caused havoc when they refused to climb down from the roof of the Co-op in Earlsdon Street, Earlsdon, in the early hours of yesterday.
What I am thinking is that she is so proud to be a conservative, she needs to climb down off her cross and stop playing the victim.