Climb into one's lap meaning in English

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to climb into (or "on to") (somebody's lap): to mount (somebody's lap), to get up onto (somebody's lap) verb
She likes to climb on to her dad's lap. His knees are her favorite place to sit!
to climb: to go up, to mount, to ascend verb
(someone's) lap: the top of the legs (of someone who is sitting down) noun

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