Backhaul



the return trip of a vehicle, as a truck, transporting cargo or freight, especially when carrying goods back over all or part of the same route.

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    a hydraulic excavating machine consisting of a tractor having an attached hinged boom, with a bucket with movable jaws on the end of the boom. Contemporary Examples Leon drove the van down a dirt trail and stopped near the backhoe, which had finished its digging and was now just waiting. John Grisham’s First Short Story: […]

  • Backhouse

    a building behind the main building, often serving a subsidiary purpose. a privy; outhouse. Historical Examples Woldest thou not driue them in to the contrey, & put the one to the backhouse, the other to the plowe. The Education of Children Desiderius Erasmus Broadfoot, backhouse, and Fenwick rallied and reanimated them. Our Soldiers W.H.G. Kingston […]



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    see: in harness

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