haul

(redirected from hauled)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia.
Related to hauled: hauled off

haul

1. A large number of things purchased or obtained. Alexis came home from the mall with quite a haul. I didn't know one person needed so many sweaters!
2. Unlawfully obtained goods. The burglars took off with quite a haul—all of my jewelry is missing.
3. slang A video posted online in which one shows and discusses many recent purchases. Also called a "haul video." I ended up buying so much stuff for my new apartment that I'm going to post a haul for you guys on Friday! And if you haven't already, check out my UK haul—I picked up tons of awesome goodies while I was overseas.

haul

1. n. the proceeds from a theft; loot. (Underworld.) The cops thought they must have got a pretty good haul.
2. n. the proceeds from any activity: a performance, a fishing trip, a collection of goods or money for charity, etc. They surveyed the haul of cans and packages and decided they had done a pretty fair job.
See:
References in periodicals archive ?
There is also potential for cost savings in many areas where aggregates are not locally available and have to be hauled long distances, often 50 miles or more.
If Los Angeles trash is hauled in to the Palmdale landfill, he said, ``You're going to fill it pretty darn quick.
Garbage from outside the Valley is dropped at a transfer station downtown, reloaded onto bigger trucks and hauled to the landfill at a total price of about $43 per ton.
If Los Angeles trash is hauled in, he said, ``you're going to fill it pretty darn quick.
Wells are not producing at their historical levels, and the only way for people to get by is through hauled water.
From 1883 to 1888, the five sets of wagons and their mule teams - each commanded by a teamster and a swamper - hauled borax 165 miles through the Panamint Mountains and across the Mojave Desert to the railroad in Mojave.