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Spanish translation of “haul”

haul

verb /hoːl/
to pull with great effort or difficulty
tirar de, arrastrar
Horses were used to haul barges along the canals.
to carry by some form of transport
acarrear, transportar
Coal is hauled by road and rail.
haulage /-lidʒ/ noun (money charged for) the carrying of goods by road, rail etc
gastos de transporte
a road haulage firm.
haulier /-liə/ noun a person who owns lorries/trucks which carry goods for other people.
transportista
a long haul noun a long or tiring job, journey etc
un largo trayecto/trecho
It’s a long haul from here to Edinburgh.
(Definition of haul from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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