schlep verb \ˈshlep\
: to carry or pull (something) with difficulty : to drag or haul (something)
schlepped also shleppedschlep·ping also shlep·ping
: to proceed or move especially slowly, tediously, awkwardly, or carelessly
Examples of SCHLEP
- We schlepped our luggage through the airport.
Origin of SCHLEP
from Middle High German sleppen,
from Middle Low German slēpen
First Known Use: 1922
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