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1.
to climb
(An epic option for fully climbing a mountain. Can also be used for figurative peaks, but it's always epic. This is a close cousin to "to climb", family-wise.)
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Word of the Day - "die Klammer"

Today, we’ll climb to the top of Mount Klammer together. The higher we get, the more useful related words we can see :). Also: surprise relations to English #jawdrop

Vocab:

die Klammer, klammern, ausklammern, klemmen, klettern, kleben


Word Family

Root: *glei-

The core idea of this root was:

sticky, sticking

It’s the origin of glue, clay, clod and clammy  as well as the protein gluten (because it’s what makes flour sticky) and a few other Latin based words.

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