[haw-ler] /ˈhɔ lər/
a person who .
a commercial trucking company.
a vehicle used for or trucking.
Slang. a car capable of very high speeds.
1670s, from haul (v.) + -er (1).
A very fast car; hot rod (1950s+ Hot rodders)
[hawl-yer] /ˈhɔl yər/ noun, British Dialect. 1. . /ˈhɔːljə/ noun 1. a person or firm that transports goods by lorry; one engaged in road haulage 2. a person that hauls, esp a mine worker who conveys coal from the workings to the foot of the shaft
- Haul it
verb phrase To run away; flee; escape [1940s+ Black; fr haul ass]
[hawm] /hɔm/ noun 1. stems or stalks collectively, as of grain or of peas, beans, or hops, especially as used for litter or thatching. 2. a single stem or stalk. /hɔːm/ noun 1. the stems or stalks of beans, peas, potatoes, grasses, etc, collectively, as used for thatching, bedding, etc 2. a single stem of […]
- Haul someone in
verb phrase To arrest someone; RUN someone IN: The police decided to haul them all in (1940s+)