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haul

verb [T]
 
 
/hɔːl/
TRANSPORT to transport goods over a long distance by truck, train, or ship: In 2006, shippers on the Great Lakes hauled 110 million tons of cargo.
informal ( also haul up) to make someone go to a person in authority to answer questions about something they have done: haul sb (up) before/in front of sb/sth The EU gave the government two months to come up with a good case or be hauled up before the European Court of Justice.
haul sb over the coals informal ( US also rake sb over the coals) to criticize someone severely for something they have done: Top ministers were hauled over the coals by the select committee for failing to disclose vital information in the inquiry.
(Definition of haul verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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