haul off

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Synonyms for haul off

take away by means of a vehicle

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Ozon's dispassionate eye renders Marie's condition as creepy as it is irritating: After about a half hour of her batty self-delusion, you want to haul off and slap her.
DARIO GRADI defended his decision to haul off leading scorer Calvin Zola - because it led to Clayton Donaldson's late equaliser.
Spanish police said 125 bales of hashish were recovered in last October's raid - the biggest haul off the Balearic island's coastline in 17 years.
As he watched the tow trucks haul off the demolished rental car and the destroyed red car, Toledo couldn't help thinking, that wasn't a life-altering loss he and the Bruins had suffered Saturday, it was simply a defeat.
Lawyers for Perry Wharrie, 49 - jailed for 30 years over the EUR440million cocaine haul off the Irish coast - sparked a debate in Dublin's High Court over differences between UK and Irish law.