What is Haud?
Haud definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
verb (used with object)
to pull or draw with force; move by drawing; drag: They hauled the boat up onto the beach.
to cart or transport; carry: He hauled freight.
to cause to descend; lower (often followed by down): to haul down the flag.
to arrest or bring before a magistrate or other authority (often followed by before, in, to, into, etc.): He was hauled before the judge.
verb (used without object)
to pull or tug.
to go or come to a place, especially with effort: After roistering about the streets, they finally hauled into the tavern.
to do carting or transport, or move freight commercially.
Nautical. to sail, as in a particular direction. to draw or pull a vessel up on land, as for repairs or storage. (of the wind) to shift to a direction closer to the heading of a vessel (opposed to veer). (of the wind) to change direction, shift, or veer (often followed by round or to).
an act or instance of hauling; a strong pull or tug.
something that is hauled.
the load hauled at one time; quantity carried or transported.
the distance or route over which anything is hauled.
Fishing. the quantity of fish taken at one draft of the net. the draft of a fishing net. the place where a seine is hauled.
the act of taking or acquiring something.
something that is taken or acquired: The thieves’ haul included several valuable paintings.
haul off, Nautical. to change a ship’s course so as to get farther off from an object. to withdraw; leave.Informal. to draw back the arm in order to strike; prepare to deal a blow: He hauled off and struck the insolent lieutenant a blow to the chin.
haul up, to bring before a superior for judgment or reprimand; call to account. to come to a halt; stop.Nautical. to change the course of (a sailing vessel) so as to sail closer to the wind.Nautical. (of a sailing vessel) to come closer to the wind.Nautical. (of a vessel) to come to a halt.