haul out(redirected from haul something out)
1. To drag or take something out, with the connotation that it is heavy or cumbersome. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "haul" and "out." Don't worry, I won't make you haul out every shoe in the store.
2. To relocate. What am I going to do if the company hauls out halfway across the country?
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