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haul noun

1 act of hauling

VERB + HAUL give sth

PREP. ~ on When I shout, give a haul on the rope.

2 distance to be travelled

ADJ. long, short the long haul back to Cape Town a short-haul passenger plane | final, last the final haul up the hill to the finishing line

PREP. ~ from, ~ to

3 of fish/stolen goods, etc.

ADJ. big, large, record The thieves got away with a record haul of £25 million. | arms, drugs

VERB + HAUL get, get away with The gang did not expect to get such a large haul.

HAUL + VERB be worth sth a haul worth £30,000

PREP. ~ of the biggest ever haul of illegal drugs