Word: hauls

Category: hauls

Business & Industrial, Autos & Vehicles, Shopping

Related words: hauls

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Synonyms: hauls

booty, loot, plunder, spoils, stolen goods, ill-gotten gains, swag, boodle, catch, haulage, draw

Translations: hauls

spanish
lances, los lances, arrastres, lances de, los lances de


german
schleppt, fischzüge

french
traits, chalutages, poses, trajets, les traits

italian
cale, cale di, retate, cale in, cala

portuguese
lanços, arrastos, lanços de, lanço, lances

dutch
uitzettingen, trekken, uitzetting, een uitzetting, ritten

russian
уловы, выборки, выборок, тралений, траления

norwegian
hal, haler, halene, kjøreturer

swedish
drag, drag har, dragen

finnish
laskukerrat, laskukertaa, laskukertojen, Laskukerran

danish
udsætninger, træk, slæb, haler

czech
ponoření, zátahů, táhne, položení sítě, položení sítí

polish
zaciągów, zaciągi, hole

hungarian
fogások, A fogások, fogást, kritériumait, fogás

turkish
çıkarılan türlerin, Çeker

greek
ανασύρσεων, αλιευτικών δραστηριοτήτων, ανασύρσεις, ανασύρσεων και, ανελκύσεων

ukrainian
улови, вилови, улов

bulgarian
тегления, замятания, замятане, тралирания, тегления за

belarusian
ўловы, уловы, ўлоў

estonian
loomust, loomused, Loomuse, Loomuste, loomust ehk

croatian
potega kod koća

icelandic
höl, dregur inn

lithuanian
valksmų, žvejybos operacijų, valksmai

latvian
iemetienus, zvejas rīku iemetienus, tralējumus, tralējumi, zvejas darbības

macedonian
влече, ја влече

romanian
lansări, așezări, traulări, de așezări, așezării

slovenian
izvleki, metov, izvlekov, ulovov, izvleke

slovak
ponorenie, ponorenia, ponorení, ponoreniu, namočenia

Popularity stats: hauls

Most searched by regions

Missouri, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina

Most searched by cities

Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York

The meaning and "use of": hauls

noun
  • a quantity of something that was stolen or is possessed illegally.
  • a distance to be traversed.

verb
  • (of a person) pull or drag with effort or force.
  • (of a vehicle) pull (an attached trailer or load) behind it.
  • (especially of a sailing ship) make an abrupt change of course.

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