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to climb / to pull oneself up / to clamber / to scale / fig. to forge ahead in the face of hardships and danger
to clamber up / (of prices etc) to rise
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to climb (by pulling oneself up) / to implicate / to claim connections of higher status
rock climbing / to climb a rockface
social climbing / to claim connections with people in higher social class
to make invidious comparisons / to compete with / to emulate
to climb up (a rope etc) / climbing (plant)
Panzhihua prefecture-level city in the south of Sichuan
kapok (tree)
too high to reach (idiom); eminent and unapproachable
to climb over / to get over (difficulties) / to scale / to surmount
to chat
to climb (of climbing plants) / to creep / to cling on to / fig. to seek connection (with the rich and powerful) / social climbing
to seek to profit by family ties
to implicate
to snap off (flowers, leaves, twigs etc from a tree or shrub)
lit. not dare to pull oneself up high (humble term) / I cannot presume on your attention
to cling to the powerful and rich (idiom); social climbing
damaged by slander
to frame / to accuse unjustly
mountaineer (HK)
Panzhihua prefecture in south Sichuan, bordering Yunnan
to climb
to use claims to kinship or friendship to climb socially (idiom)
to implicate others, without foundation, in confessing one's own crime
(bird species of China) Chinese penduline tit (Remiz consobrinus)
Panzhihua prefecture level city in south Sichuan, bordering Yunnan, famous for steel production and pollution
to be unworthy to associate with (sb of higher social status)
(bird species of China) white-crowned penduline tit (Remiz coronatus)
to cling to the rich and powerful (idiom); to advance one's career by currying favor / social climbing
unjust accusation / miscarriage of justice
lit. to cling to the high, connect to the rich (idiom); to try to attach oneself to the rich and powerful / social climbing

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