Haul in a sentence as a noun

But Airbnb has palpably settled in for the long haul, and you can sense it.

It's not a startup and Brett and I are committed to making it work over the long haul.

When you buy a pickup truck, they tell you how much load it can haul in addition to the weight of the truck itself.

Of the stuff you must buy, buy high quality for the long haul, but don't become so attached and emotionally invested that it ends up owning you.

"The Marines have no problem meeting their recruiting goals, and I'd argue this is a much more honest and effective way to get people on board who are going to be in for the long haul.

Even if someone wanted to settle into one company for the long haul, that's not only unlikely, but perhaps even highly improbable.

Giant defense contractors haul in green IT graduates by the truckload and adapt them to jobs that command significant premiums on the private market.

Haul in a sentence as a verb

He's gonna spend more time simplifying things up front and in the long haul he's gonna wipe the plate with you because he'll have that ability to change things when you're struggling to push elephants around.

I can't find it now, but my favourite 'doctor on a plane' story was from an anesthesiologist who struggles to sleep on a plane, so on a long haul flight took something to help him doze off.

With heavy machinery doing 95% of work in modern mines, and having worked in one, I can tell you that the constant grind of producing code is much harder than sitting in haul truck or laying explosives.

This is quite significant from an urban planning perspective as it means that short haul transit or car trips have to be accommodated for a majority of those people who want to use the system.

It's a long haul project, and we're conducting it alongside legal actions in the US and abroad, shoring up and disseminating crypto tools, and other non-policy defences.

This is by design; when you set up a situation where everyone is a criminal, any time you decide you want to haul someone in or stick someone in jail, you'll have no trouble finding something they're guilty of.

> The inconvenience of extra passenger screening and added costs at airports after 9/11 cause many short-haul passengers to drive to their destination instead"Inconvenience" is putting it mildly.

Haul definitions


the act of drawing or hauling something; "the haul up the hill went very slowly"

See also: draw haulage


the quantity that was caught; "the catch was only 10 fish"

See also: catch


draw slowly or heavily; "haul stones"; "haul nets"

See also: hale cart drag


transport in a vehicle; "haul stones from the quarry in a truck"; "haul vegetables to the market"