/ hR:l; hRl/ v
[I, Ipr, Ip, Tn, Tn.pr, Tn.p] pull or drag (sth) with effort or force 用力拖或拉(某物): sailors hauling (away) (on the ropes) 拽着(绳索)(不放)的水手 * elephants hauling logs 拖运木材的象 * haul a car out of the mud 把小汽车从烂泥里拽出来 * They hauled the boat up the beach. 他们把船拖上岸. =>Usage at pull2 用法见pull2.
[Tn] transport (sth) by lorry, etc 用卡车等运送(某物).
(idm 习语) ,haul sb over the `coals (infml 口) reprimand sb severely 严厉斥责某人: I was hauled over the coals for being late. 我因迟到而受到了严厉的训斥.
(phr v) haul sb up (before sb) (infml 口) bring sb to be tried or reprimanded 把某人带上来审问或训斥: He was hauled up before the local magistrates for disorderly conduct. 他因妨害治安被送交地方法官究办.
> haul n
1 act of hauling 拖; 拉; 运送.
2 (usu sing 通常作单数) distance to be travelled 移动的距离: short/medium/long haul aircraft 短程[中程/远程]运输飞机 * Our camp is only a short haul from here. 我们的营地近在咫尺.
3 (a) quantity of fish caught in a net at one time 一网的捕鱼量: The fishermen had a good haul. 渔民捕得满满一网鱼. (b) (fig 比喻) amount gained by effort 经努力获得的数量: The thief got away with a huge haul. 那个贼偷走了大量财物.
4 (idm 习语) a long haul => long1.