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haul
British English: /hɔːl/
American English: /hɔl/

Translation of haul in French:

noun

  • 1 (taken by criminals) a £2m haul
    un butin d'une valeur de 2 millions de livres
    art/jewellery haul
    butin d'objets d'art/de bijoux
  • 2 (found by police, customs) arms/heroin haul
    saisie d'armes/d'héroïne
  • 4 (journey) it will be a long haul [literal] [figurative]
    l'étape sera longue
    it's a long haul to Christmas
    d'ici Noël, il y a du chemin
    the long haul from Dublin to London
    le long voyage de Dublin à Londres
    the long haul to recovery
    (Medicine)
    le long chemin de la guérison
    (Economy)
    la longue remontée
  • 5 (Transport)long/medium/short haul flight
    vol (m) long/moyen/court courrier
    long haul transport
    transport (m) long courrier

transitive verb

  • 1 (drag)
    tirer (load, wagon)
    tirer, traîner (person)
    he hauled himself up on the roof
    il s'est hissé sur le toit
  • 3 (Nautical)to haul a boat
    (alter course of) lofer
    (hoist out of water) haler

intransitive verb

  • (Nautical)
    (wind)
    refuser
    (ship)
    naviguer vent debout

Idioms

to haul ass

(American English) [slang]
(hurry up) se magner le cul [slang]
se dépêcher
(move fast) foncer [informal]

to haul somebody over the coals

passer un savon à quelqu'un [informal]

Phrasal verbs

haul down

haul down [something], haul [something] down
amener (flag)
affaler (rope, sail)

haul in

haul in [something], haul [something] in
amener (net, catch, fish)
affaler (rope)
tirer [quelqu'un] hors de l'eau (person)

haul off

1.1 (Nautical)
passer au vent
1.2to haul off and do something [informal] (American English)
faire quelque chose tout d'un coup

haul out

haul out [something/somebody], haul [something/somebody] out
tirer [quelque chose/quelqu'un] hors de l'eau (net, body)
to haul somebody out of bed
tirer quelqu'un du lit

haul up

haul up [something], haul [something] up
hisser (flag, person)
they hauled the boat up onto the beach
ils ont tiré le bateau sur la plage
to be hauled up before somebody [informal]
être convoqué chez quelqu'un

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