hauled, past participle; hauled, past tense; hauls, 3rd person singular present; hauling, present participle;
(of a person) Pull or drag with effort or force
he hauled his bike out of the shed
Pull on (a rope)
Propel or pull oneself with difficulty
he hauled himself along the cliff face
Force (someone) to appear for reprimand or trial
they will be hauled into court next week
(of a person) Pull hard
she hauled on the reins
(of a vehicle) Pull (an attached trailer or load) behind it
the train was hauling a cargo of liquid chemicals
Transport in a truck or cart
Bennie hauls trash in North Philadelphia
(esp. of a sailing ship) Make an abrupt change of course
An amount of something gained or acquired
the movie increased $59,177 over its haul from the previous week
A quantity of something that was stolen or is possessed illegally
they escaped with a haul of antiques
The number of points, medals, or titles won by a person or team in a sporting event or over a period
A number of fish caught
A distance to be traversed
the thirty-mile haul to Tallahassee
draw: the act of drawing or hauling something; "the haul up the hill went very slowly"
draw slowly or heavily; "haul stones"; "haul nets"
catch: the quantity that was caught; "the catch was only 10 fish"
transport in a vehicle; "haul stones from the quarry in a truck"; "haul vegetables to the market"
(hauling) the activity of transporting goods by truck
(Hauling) Haulage may refer to: * The business of being a haulier (UK English) or hauler (US English), also called haulage contractor, common carrier, contract carrier, or private carrier, in other words of transporting goods by road or rail for other companies or one's own company. ...
(Hauls) A haul video is a video recording, posted to the Internet, "Kids and the mall haul: it's more than geeks baring gifts", Mitch Joel, The Gazette, Montrealgazette.com, 13 May 2010, web: .
A long drive, especially transporting/hauling heavy cargo; An amount of something that has been taken. esp. illegally, The robbers haul was over thirty items. esp. ...
(hauling) To lift a boat from the water.
(Hauling) weighing, lifting. The operation of lifting anchor, rope or chain.
Also knows to as lead. Refers to the distance a passenger or unit (1 tonne) of goods is transported. This arises usually in the term average haul or average lead, the average distance a passenger or tonne of goods is transported.
Haul her wind, said of a vessel when she comes up close upon the wind.
Cutters use this term to refer to traveling to world championship shows. As in, "I'm going to haul for the World this year."
Applied to the wind direction: to change in a clockwise fashion. Also see veer and back.
The move between the circus train and the show lot.
The most basic of calls, crews of warships were not allowed to sing work songs or shanties so the pipe coordinated the sailors. The low note was for the pause and preparatory, the high for pulling on the line.
To pull in, as in “haul in the mainsheet”
Haul is the distance or route over which a load is transported.
The distance quarry or opencast products must be moved to the treatment plant or dump.
A pull on the fly line with the non-casting hand to increase the line speed and get greater distance. This is done effectively during line pickupAn action associated with fly casting whereby the line speed is increased with an extra pull during line pickup, or back casting. Also see double haul.
F: an expression peculiar to seamen, implying to pull a single rope, without the assistance of blocks, or other mechanical powers; when a rope is otherwise pulled, as by the application of tackles, or the connection with blocks, &c. the term is changed into bowsing. See also bowse, hoist, and rowse.
Yesterday my girlfriend met me at a larger-than-life garage sale benefiting a local senior assisted living home. Were any of you local bloggers there? ...
This term is used often in the beauty blogosphere to describe recent additions to a beauty lover’s collection.
(verb) -- to pull or carry, usually something heavy ch. 13
For some kinds of wealth or properties, zakah is applied only when they are owned more than a certain period. This period is called haul.