Haul

Pronunciation of Haul  

   

English Meaning

To pull or draw with force; to drag.

  1. To pull or drag forcibly; tug. See Synonyms at pull.
  2. To transport, as with a truck or cart.
  3. Informal To compel to go, especially for trial: "hauled the huge companies into court” ( Peter Matthiessen).
  4. Nautical To change the course of (a ship), especially in order to sail closer into the wind.
  5. To pull; tug.
  6. To provide transportation; cart.
  7. To shift direction: The wind hauled to the east.
  8. To change one's mind.
  9. Nautical To change the course of a ship.
  10. The act of pulling or dragging.
  11. The act of transporting or carting.
  12. A distance, especially the distance over which something is pulled or transported.
  13. Something that is pulled or transported; a load.
  14. Everything collected or acquired by a single effort; the take: a big haul of fish.
  15. haul off Informal To draw back slightly, as in preparation for initiating an action: "hauled off and smacked the hapless aide across the face” ( Bill Barol).
  16. haul off Informal To shift operations to a new place; to move away.
  17. haul up To come to a halt.
  18. haul ass Vulgar Slang To move quickly: We'll be late if you don't haul ass.

Malayalam Meaning

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× വലിയുക - Valiyuka
× മീന്‍ പിടിത്തം - Meen‍ Pidiththam | Meen‍ Piditham
× കപ്പലിന്‍റെ ഗതി മാറ്റുക - Kappalin‍re Gathi Maattuka | Kappalin‍re Gathi Mattuka
× വലി - Vali
× കപ്പലിൻറെ ഗതി മാറ്റുക - Kappalinre Gathi Maattuka | Kappalinre Gathi Mattuka
× ഉണ്ടാക്കിയത്‌ - Undaakkiyathu | Undakkiyathu

   

The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

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