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line-haul

or line haul

[ lahyn-hawl ]
/ ˈlaɪnˌhɔl /
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noun
the transport of freight for long distances or between distant cities, typically by truck from terminal to terminal.
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Origin of line-haul

First recorded in 1905–10; line1 (in the sense “scheduled route”) + haul (in the sense “movement of freight”)
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