Backhaul

Noun

  • (travel, aviation, fare construction) travel to a destination via a further point, (or a higher fare point), than the destination. (higher intermediate point)
  • (military) The shipment of material to or through an area from which the material had previously been shipped.
  • (transport) A return trip after delivery of cargo.

    "Low rates for backhaul account for the huge volume of waste paper shipped to Asia from the US."

Verb

  • To transmit (data or footage) from a remote site to a central site from where it is re-transmitted.

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