Climb up - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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To scale; to climb. Everyone else was able to climb up the rope in gym class, but I struggled, thanks to my scrawny arms. How long did it take them to climb up this mountain?
climb up (something)
to ascend something; to scale something. (Fixed order.) The hikers took two hours to climb up the hill. The adventurer tried to climb up the side of the cliff.
References in periodicals archive
In fact, players from virtually every business sector - from Big Five accounting firms to Big Blue - are abandoning the hard-won security of a steady climb up
the corporate ladder for a ride on the dot.
Burger Time(TM) -- The arcade classic is now available as "Take Out" on your mobile phone with 36 stages of burger-building joy -- your job is to climb up
the ladders and assemble an order of giant hamburgers.