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Meaning of “haul” - Learner’s Dictionary

haul

noun
 
 
/hɔːl/
[C] an amount of something that has been stolen or that is owned illegally: a haul of arms/drugsGeneral words for size and amount
be a long haul to be difficult and take a long time: His return to health will be a long haul.Complicated and difficult to doDifficult to understand
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) 數量, (贓物或非法物品的)一大批,大量…
in Indonesian tangkapan…
in Russian добыча…
in Turkish yasa dışı yoldan kazanılan veya çalınan şey…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数量, (赃物或非法物品的)一大批,大量…
in Polish łup…
(Definition of haul noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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