haulverb [ T ]uk /hɔːl/ us /hɑːl/
She hauled herself up into the tree.
- He hauled himself over the wall, grunting with the effort.
- A freight train can haul thousands of tons of goods.
- The fishermen were hauling the nets in at the back of the boat.
- It took three men to haul the roller across the pitch.
- We had to haul the wardrobe up three flights of stairs.
haulnoun [ C ]uk /hɔːl/ us /hɑːl/
haul noun [ C ] (AMOUNT)
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