haul in

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w>haul in

vt sepeinholen; ropeeinziehen; (police)festnehmen
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She began to haul in, hand under hand, rapidly and deftly, the boy encouraging her, until hooks, sinker, and a big gasping rockcod tumbled into the bottom of the boat.
The smugglers are believed to have picked up the haul in Trinidad and Tobago.
A ONE-legged burglar was jailed for three years after a court heard he hid his haul in his false limb.