Definition of climbable in English:


Pronunciation /ˈklīməb(ə)l/ /ˈklaɪməb(ə)l/


See climb

‘It has, in the parlance of sport, been a steep learning curve for the Scottish squad, but one which is still climbable.’
  • ‘Elsie has climbed every mountain peak in the Lake District that is climbable.’
  • ‘When we look at a rock, building, large object, or even ridiculously small object, we first scope it out, noticing only its climbable features, and then we climb it.’
  • ‘Charles pondered over this for a while and then caught sight of a tall, easily climbable tree; Richard followed his gaze and immediately knew what he was thinking.’
  • ‘The hill had four sides to it, three of which were climbable, and the fourth side looked extremely tough to climb, so we decided to climb from the other two sides.’