climb in


w>climb in

vieinsteigen; (with difficulty also) → hineinklettern
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He was so frightened that he grabbed a knife when he heard a bang outside, and saw two people in a rear courtyard and three others trying to climb in.
In a client note Monday, Rod Hall said he thought the excitement over a climb in Apple's shares was "premature."
A Drury Lane resident said police went to his house recently after thieves used a ladder from a neighbor's yard down the street to try to climb in a second floor window.