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haul·age

 (hô′lĭj)
n.
1. The act or process of hauling.
2. A charge made for hauling.

haulage

(ˈhɔːlɪdʒ)
n
1. the act or labour of hauling
2. (Railways) a rate or charge levied for the transportation of goods, esp by rail

haul•age

(ˈhɔ lɪdʒ)

n.
1. the act or labor of hauling.
2. a charge made for hauling equipment, goods, etc.
[1820–30]

haulage

a fee charged for hauling goods, as on a railroad or truck.
See also: Dues and Payment
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.haulage - the act of drawing or hauling somethinghaulage - the act of drawing or hauling something; "the haul up the hill went very slowly"
pull, pulling - the act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you; "the pull up the hill had him breathing harder"; "his strenuous pulling strained his back"
tow, towage - the act of hauling something (as a vehicle) by means of a hitch or rope; "the truck gave him a tow to the garage"
Translations
نَقْل البَضائِع
dopravné
kørseltransport
szállítási költségek
flutningur; flutningsgjald

haulage

[ˈhɔːlɪdʒ]
A. N (= road transport) → transporte m, acarreo m; (= cost) → gastos mpl de transporte
B. CPD haulage company Ncompañía f de transportes (por carretera)
haulage contractor Ntransportista mf

haulage

[ˈhɔːlɪdʒ] ntransport m routierhaulage company n (mainly British)entreprise f de transports (routiers)haulage contractor n
(mainly British) (= firm) → entreprise f de transports (routiers)
(= person) → transporteur/euse m/fhaulage firm n (mainly British)entreprise f de transports (routiers)

haulage

n (Brit)
(= road transport)Transport m
(= transport charges)Speditions- or Transportkosten pl

haulage

[ˈhɔːlɪdʒ] n (road transport) → trasporto, autotrasporto; (cost) → costo del trasporto

haul

(hoːl) verb
1. to pull with great effort or difficulty. Horses are used to haul barges along canals.
2. to carry by some form of transport. Coal is hauled by road and rail.
noun
1. a strong pull. He gave the rope a haul.
2. the amount of anything, especially fish, that is got at one time. The fishermen had a good haul; The thieves got away from the jeweller's with a good haul.
ˈhaulage (-lidʒ) noun
(money charged for) the carrying of goods by road, rail etc.
ˈhaulier (-liə) noun
a person who owns lorries which carry goods for other people.
a long haul
a long or tiring job, journey etc.
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