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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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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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.
See also: climb, up
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Then he continued by climbing up the metal bars of the structure itself, which is in the middle of a country park in Pitsea, Essex.
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The futures of shares are climbing up also and that indicates confidence in market growth.
Finally the interdealer REPO rates were climbing up also.
Russian investors still are set for positive: the volume of trades at the domestic market is not reducing, and the bonds' quotes are climbing up. The following were the most liquid issues on Wednesday: Mechel-14, Evraz-2, Systema-2, VTB-6, and Mosenergo-2.
New trading session at the Russian share market began optimistically - quotes were climbing up following the rising oil prices.
On Wednesday the Russian share market was climbing up following the external background.
In particular, the price of the sovereign loan Russia 30 continued climbing up, having reached the level of 119.45% of the nominal value by the close of the trading session.
We would like to outline the active climbing up on all WGC: likely we should be expecting positive decision of the government on the power market.
Despite everything the market is climbing up. Once again the annual maximums have been renewed.