Translation for 'to climb' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to climb | climbed | climbed
climbing | climbs
SYNO acclivity | ascent | climb | ...
to climbизкачвам
to climbкатеря (се)
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Translation for 'to climb' from English to Bulgarian

to climb

катеря (се)
Usage Examples English
  • "Rock and Roll with the Modern Lovers" was released in 1977 and, just as this record began to climb the charts in Europe, Keranen left the group to attend college.
  • Although the concept of fallen angels is not absent in the Quran, the jinn nevertheless differ in their major characteristics from that of fallen angels: While fallen angels fell from heaven, the jinn did not, but try to climb up to it in order to receive the news of the angels.
  • They are able to climb and take shelter in hollow trees or rock crevices, but do not establish permanent dens.
  • Newer advancements in wheelchair design enable wheelchairs to climb stairs, go off-road or propel using segway technology or additional add-ons like handbikes or power assists.
  • The figure shows that 8 can be decomposed into 5 (the number of ways to climb 4 steps, followed by a single-step) plus 3 (the number of ways to climb 3 steps, followed by a double-step).

  • Although some visitors could be expected to climb to the first level, or even the second, lifts clearly had to be the main means of ascent.
  • It is called "Balkenprobe" and one has therefore to climb up a beam at the ceiling and move to another beam and then to drink a glass of wine with the head hanging down.
  • On these vehicles, the hull deck comprises the main portion of the tread way while ramps extend from the front and rear of the vehicle to allow other vehicles to climb over the bridging vehicle and cross obstacles.
  • Over 2011 and 2012, global consumption continued to climb, rising to 3585 Mt in 2011 and 3736 Mt in 2012, while annual growth rates eased to 8.3% and 4.2%, respectively.
  • On 6 July 2015, a migrant died while attempting to climb onto a freight train while trying to reach Britain from the French side of the Channel.

  • The B-1 holds 61 FAI world records for speed, payload, distance, and time-to-climb in different aircraft weight classes.
  • An army that holds the high ground forces the enemy to climb and thus wear themselves down.
  • One important training tool was bouldering mats, also referred to as "crash pads", which protected against injuries from falling and enabled boulderers to climb in areas that would have been too dangerous otherwise.
  • A skilled pilot will be able to climb vertically, perform very tight turns, tumble his aircraft end-over-end and perform manoeuvres during loops.
  • Strepsipteran parasites also manipulate their ant host to climb grass stems, to help the parasite find mates.

  • Since the early 20th century, around 80 people have died attempting to climb the mountain, making it New Zealand's deadliest peak.
  • Another 40 steps remain to climb to reach the top, the "terrasse", from where one can enjoy a panoramic view of Paris.
  • In 2007 Denis Urubko and Serguey Samoilov intended to climb the K2's North Face but they were stymied by increasingly deteriorating conditions.
  • After docking with their Agena booster in low orbit, Young and Collins used it to climb temporarily to [...].
  • It is also possible to climb Ben Nevis from the Nevis Gorge car park at Steall at the head of the road up Glen Nevis, either by the south-east ridge or via the summit of [...] (south-west).

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