Definition of backhaul in English:

backhaul

Syllabification: back·haul
Pronunciation: /ˈbakˌhôl
 
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noun

  • 1Cargo carried on a return journey.
  • 2An unedited video transmission via satellite or other means to a network or station.
  • 2.1A frequency on which transmissions of backhaul occur.

verb

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  • Carry (freight) on a return journey.
    More example sentences
    • After being offloaded, the aircraft takes off and returns to its point of origin or another source of supply, perhaps backhauling cargo if necessary.

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