haul down

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haul down

To pull or yank down something that is positioned above the speaker. A noun or pronoun can be used between "haul" and "down." Good luck hauling down those boxes from that shelf—they weigh a ton. Who hauled the flag down?
See also: down, haul

haul something down

to pull something down from a higher level. Terry hauled the sail down and put it away. Please haul down the mainsail.
See also: down, haul