or schlepp, shlep, shlepp
[ shlep ]
/ ʃlɛp /
verb (used with object), schlepped, schlep·ping.
to carry; lug: to schlep an umbrella on a sunny day.
verb (used without object), schlepped, schlep·ping.
to move slowly, awkwardly, or tediously: We schlepped from store to store all day.
Also schlep·per. someone or something that is tedious, slow, or awkward; drag.
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Examples from the Web for schlepp
Nearly every glamorous, wealthy, successful career woman you might envy now started out as some kind of schlepp.
Why should you bother yourself to schlepp me along like this?The Competitive Nephew|Montague Glass
British Dictionary definitions for schlepp
/ (ʃlɛp) /
verb schleps, schlepping or schlepped
to drag or lug (oneself or an object) with difficulty
a stupid or clumsy person
an arduous journey or procedure
Word Origin for schlep
Yiddish, from German schleppen
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