hauler

noun
haul·​er | \ ˈhȯ-lər How to pronounce hauler (audio) \

Definition of hauler

: one that hauls: such as
a : a commercial establishment or worker whose business is hauling
b : an automotive vehicle for hauling goods or material

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The whole back of his car was destroyed, and Johnson drove it to the team’s hauler to call it a day. Michelle R. Martinelli, For The Win, "Devastating crash keeps Jimmie Johnson out of NASCAR's playoffs for the first time in his career," 8 Sep. 2019 Atop the hauler, Smith rotates his body to follow Preece’s location on the track. Nick Kelly, BostonGlobe.com, "Behind the scenes at a NASCAR race: This is how Ryan Preece’s team rolls," 26 July 2019 The cart will be delivered to your home by the hauler prior to the new contract start date, most likely in the month of September. Austen Erblat, sun-sentinel.com, "Changes coming to curbside trash collection in unincorporated areas," 19 July 2019 The Small Haulers Program, which began in 2017, allows small, permit-holding commercial waste haulers and residents to dump trash at the Northwest Transfer Station on Reisterstown Road. Brittany Brown, baltimoresun.com, "Illegal dumping explained: How Baltimore residents can combat this issue," 20 June 2019 When cardboard and paper are valued high, WestRock can charge the haulers less. Devin Kelly, Anchorage Daily News, "How recycling works in Anchorage: Most of it ends up in the Lower 48," 7 June 2019 Advertising Both drivers were called to the NASCAR hauler to talk with series officials. Pete Iacobelli, The Seattle Times, "Punch Out: Bowyer, Newman end All-Star Race with fight," 18 May 2019 The expedited decision sheds no light on what may happen if voters approve or reject the city ordinance behind organized trash hauling, which St. Paul launched on Oct. 1 with a group of private haulers. Frederick Melo, Twin Cities, "St. Paul’s organized trash will go to the ballot, Minnesota Supreme Court rules," 22 Aug. 2019 This is very much the ideal family hauler and foul-weather foe, one that handles competently and safely. Larry Printz, Dallas News, "The 2020 Subaru Outback is a family hauling staple, even after six generations," 10 Aug. 2019

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First Known Use of hauler

1674, in the meaning defined above

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