[haw-lij] /ˈhɔ lɪdʒ/

the act or labor of .
the amount of force expended in .
a charge made, especially by a railroad, for equipment, commodities, etc.
the act or labour of hauling
a rate or charge levied for the transportation of goods, esp by rail

1826, from haul + -age.


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