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haul

US [hɔl]
UK [hɔːl]
  • v.拉;用力缓慢挪动到(某处);强迫(某人)去某处;使某人出庭受审
  • n.大批赃物;大量非法物品;很高的得分;旅行的距离
  • Web拖;拖运;拖曳
Simple Present:hauls  Present Participle:hauling  Past Tense:hauled  
haul
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v.
1.
(用力)拖,拉,拽to pull sth/sb with a lot of effort
The wagons were hauled by horses.
那些货车是马拉的。
He reached down and hauled Liz up onto the wall.
他俯身把利兹拉上墙头。
2.
~ yourself up/out of, etc.
用力缓慢挪动到(某处)to move yourself somewhere slowly and with a lot of effort
She hauled herself out of bed.
她费劲地下了床。
3.
~ sb + adv./prep.
强迫(某人)去某处to force sb to go somewhere they do not want to go
A number of suspects have been hauled in for questioning.
一批嫌疑犯被拘捕接受讯问。
4.
[usupass]
~ sb (up) before sb/sth
使某人出庭受审;把某人提交法庭to make sb appear in court in order to be judged
He was hauled up before the local magistrates for dangerous driving.
他因危险驾驶而被移交地方法庭审判。
IDM
haul sb over the coals
严厉训斥(或斥责)某人to criticize sb severely because they have done sth wrong
n.
1.
大批赃物;大量非法物品a large amount of sth that has been stolen or that is illegal
a haul of weapons
大批非法武器
a drugs haul
一大批毒品
2.
很高的得分a large number of points, goals, etc.
His haul of 40 goals in a season is a record.
他在一个赛季中得了 40 分,创下了纪录。
3.
[ususing]
旅行的距离;旅程the distance covered in a particular journey
They began the long slow haul to the summit.
他们踏上了攀登顶峰的漫长行程。
Our camp is only a short haul from here.
我们的营地离这里很近。
Take the coast road─it'll be less of a haul(= an easier journey) .
走海岸线吧,这样会好走一些。
4.
一次捕获的鱼;一网鱼a quantity of fish caught at one time

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