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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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While this still calls some attention to your stand, it is better than a man climbing down right into the middle of the deer.
While climbing down, Khan got stuck in a window sill and lost his grip while manoeuvring his way out.
It was like rock climbing without the ropes,'' he said, adding that there was about a 30- to 40-foot drop as he was climbing down, grabbing onto trees along the way.
A MAN who lost his nerve after climbing down rocks had to be rescued by coastguards and lifeboat crews.
Two Fathers for Justice campaigners were later arrested after climbing down from the bridge.
While they were climbing down Elizabeth fell about 100ft, fracturing her knee and cutting her face.
I started climbing down to (where the ram dropped under thick brush).
Their mother Parul, 30, said: "Before I could stop him, Abdul started climbing down the rockface.
If you hear squirrels running on your roof and have trees that overhang your house, you will want to keep the squirrels from climbing down into your yard.
Fed-up villagers say David John, 40, has taken the festive spirit 130 days too far with Santa still climbing down the chimney and a reindeer lighting up his semi-detached.
The California Highway Patrol shut down the eastbound lanes of the eastbound Foothill Freeway on Thursday evening while police tried to talk a man into climbing down from a light pole.
Dykeman, 64, fell while climbing down from the 12,400-foot summit of a mountain.
The bear had been up the tree for about 30 minutes when it suddenly started climbing down, breaking off little branches as it descended, Manning said.
She slipped while climbing down a rope, snagging her bicycle helmet.