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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British Dictionary definitions for schlepper
/ (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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