- vi. 攀登，爬上
- vt. 爬，攀登
- n. 攀登，爬上
- clamber (v.)
- "to climb with difficulty using hands and feet," late 14c., possibly frequentative of Middle English climben "to climb" (preterit clamb), or akin to Old Norse klembra "to hook (oneself) on." Related: Clambered; clambering.
- 1. He was too out of condition to clamber over the top.
- 2. Sailor as he was, it was easy enough for him to clamber up the gnarled trunk.
- 他虽说是个水手,攀上这扭曲的树干, 倒还容易.
- 3. Will you clamber up, and pluck it to show to papa?
- 你要不要爬上去, 把它摘下来给爸爸看?
- 4. Teenage boys clamber down mine shafts 30 to 50 meters deep.
- 5. It was easy enough for him to clamber up the gnarled trunk.
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