Meaning of haul off in English:

haul off

Translate haul off into Spanish

phrasal verb

  • 1North American informal Leave; depart.

    • ‘Rather than hurrying to finish my last doodle, I carefully pack it away in my bag and, along with the rest of my gear, haul off to my locker.’
    go away, depart, leave, take off, get out, get out of my sight
    1. 1.1Withdraw a little before doing something, especially making a violent action.
      ‘he hauled off and smacked the kid’
      • ‘Suddenly without warning, he hauls off and smacks her across the face.’
      • ‘He growled and I didn't hesitate this time to just haul off and smack him.’