English version

haul yourself up/out of etc something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhaul yourself up/out of etc somethinghaul yourself up/out of etc somethinga) PULLto move somewhere with a lot of effort, especially because you are injured or tired Patrick hauled himself painfully up the stairs. b) SUCCESSFULUPto succeed in achieving a higher position in society, in a competition etc He is confident that the club can haul themselves further up the league. haul
Examples from the Corpus
haul yourself up/out of etc somethingAnnie hauls herself out of her chair, nets a shiner from the tank, and throws it out the screen door.Next day I hauled myself out of bed, took breakfast and got into the truck about a quarter to six.
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