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climb up

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?
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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.
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He has become more of a workhorse during his steady climb up the rankings in recent years, but the potential still exists for him to knock in the odd century or two.
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.com rollercoaster.
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Together with the oil price growth, the inflation pressure by the results of February might climb up also.
marketsovernight, along with oil dynamics, the Russian shares might climb up a little at thetrades open.
came out being higher than expected and that made the share market climb up in the U.S.