: to cause (something) to move by pulling or drawing : to exert traction on
: to obtain or move by or as if by hauling
was hauled to parties night after night by his wife
: to transport in a vehicle : cart
The cattle were hauled to market.
: to change the course of (a ship) especially so as to sail closer to the wind
: to bring before an authority for interrogation or judgment : hale
haul traffic violators into court
: to exert traction : pull
: to move along : proceed
about three o'clock we hauled into Moonridge—Kenneth Clark the bull hauled back for another lunge—F. B. Gipson
: to furnish transportation
a nominal charge for hauling
: the act or process of hauling (see haul entry 1) : pull
The rope stood up under the strain of the haul.
: a device for pulling or carting something : a device for hauling
: the result of an effort to obtain, collect, or win
: the quantity of fish taken in a single draft of a net
: the act or process of transporting something in a vehicle : transportation by hauling
a rail haul meant that several hundred expensive … cars would have to be bought—N. M. Clark
: the length or course of a transportation route
: a quantity transported : load
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