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haul British & World English

(Of a person) pull or drag with effort or force

drag ass British & World English

Hurry or move fast

drag ass in ass2 British & World English

Hurry or move fast

long haul British & World English

A long distance (in reference to the transport of goods or passengers)

haul off British & World English

Leave; depart

short haul British & World English

A relatively short distance in terms of travel or the transport of goods

over the long haul in long haul British & World English

Over an extended period of time

over the long haul British & World English

Over an extended period of time

haul oneself in haul British & World English

Propel or pull oneself with difficulty

haul someone over the coals British & World English

Reprimand someone severely

haul English Thesaurus

she hauled the laden basket up the slope

haul English-Spanish

the fishermen hauled in their nets

long-haul English-Spanish

de larga distancia

short-haul English-Spanish

corto, de corto recorrido

haul off English-Spanish

armarse de valor

haul up English-Spanish

I was hauled up before the court

to haul (at/on sth) English-Spanish

tirar (de algo), jalar (de algo) AmL exc CS

a long haul in haul English-Spanish

un camino largo y difícil

to haul sb over the coals in coal English-Spanish

reprender severamente a algn, poner* a algn como chupa de dómine, pasarle un buen café a algn

she got a good haul of bargains/medals in haul English-Spanish

consiguió unas cuantas gangas/medallas