haul noun (PERIOD OF TIME) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "haul" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

haul

noun [C] (PERIOD OF TIME)
一段时间
 
 
/hɔːl/ US  /hɑːl/
a journey, often a difficult one, or a period of effort
(常指艰苦的)旅程
From there it was a long haul/only a short haul (= long and difficult/short and easy journey) back to our camp.
从那里回到我们的营地是一段漫长而艰辛/短暂而轻松的旅程。
It was a long haul (= It took a long time and was difficult), but the alterations to the house are finished at last.
经过一段漫长而又艰苦的岁月,房屋改造终于完成了。
Journeys
long-haul flight/short-haul flight a long/short journey by air
长/短途飞行
Travelling by aircraftAviationMovement through the air
Translations of “haul”
in Vietnamese mẻ cá…
in Spanish redada, botín…
in Thai จำนวน…
in Malaysian hasil…
in French prise, butin…
in German der Fang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一段時間, (常指艱苦的)旅程…
in Indonesian tangkapan…
in Russian добыча…
in Turkish yasa dışı yoldan kazanılan veya çalınan şey…
in Polish łup…
(Definition of haul noun (PERIOD OF TIME) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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