Definition of 'climber'
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They were experienced climbers and were well equipped. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She is the second experienced female climber to have died this week. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was built by a social climber trying to impress the local toffs. The Sun (2011)The experienced climbers had stayed an extra day just to make the ascent. The Sun (2009)He was with three other climbers when he died. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Ambitious social climbers with ample funds would shower them with cash. AT HOME WITH THE QUEEN: The Inside Story of the Royal Household (2002)It was once an environment where only skilled and experienced climbers dared to tread. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Two rock climbers saw the tragedy and raised the alarm before trying to dig the trapped walkers out. The Sun (2013)The images show rock climbers relying on heavy ropes and sheer guts to take on the forbidding peaks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It would not have helped if he had turned out to have been a pretty accomplished rock climber. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He failed, and the climber died within a few hours. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Four climbers died in accidents attempting the lower, technically more difficult summit. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They can be made bespoke or bought as a kit, and many provide planting opportunities for climbers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A controversial figure but perhaps the most persuasive social climber. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A hunt for the experienced climber began in hours but stopped for eight months amid avalanche fears. The Sun (2015)When planting climbers as ground cover, plant on this side and train the plant across if you can. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But when walls meet concrete paving it gets difficult - and the hunt is on to find climbers to grow in pots and containers. The Sun (2007)THREE climbers were killed yesterday when they were swept off a Scottish mountain by an avalanche. Times, Sunday Times (2009)FOUR climbers were killed yesterday when they were buried by an avalanche in the Highlands. The Sun (2013)One of the climbers killed by an avalanche in Scotland at the weekend was a member of the mountain rescue team that recovered his body. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In two other incidents an Italian climber was killed and a German lost his life. Times, Sunday Times (2008)THREE British climbers were found dead on a Spanish mountain yesterday after being trapped in a blizzard. The Sun (2006)What climbers would I plant? Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'climber'
British English: climber /ˈklaɪmə/ NOUN
A climber is someone who climbs rocks or mountains as a sport.
She was an experienced climber.
- American English: climber
- Arabic: مُتَسَلِّق
- Brazilian Portuguese: alpinista
- Chinese: 登山者
- Croatian: penjač
- Czech: horolezec
- Danish: bjergbestiger
- Dutch: klimmer
- European Spanish: escalador
- Finnish: vuorikiipeilijä
- French: grimpeur
- German: Bergsteiger
- Greek: ορειβάτης
- Italian: alpinista
- Japanese: クライマー
- Korean: 등산가
- Norwegian: klatrer
- Polish: wspinacz
- European Portuguese: alpinista
- Romanian: alpinist
- Russian: скалолаз
- Spanish: escalador
- Swedish: klättrare
- Thai: คนปีน
- Turkish: dağcı tırmanıcı
- Ukrainian: альпініст
- Vietnamese: người leo núi
Definition of climber from the Collins English Dictionary
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