WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2014
schlep orshlep shlep/ʃlɛp/USA pronunciation  v.,  schlepped or shlepped, schlep•ping or shlep•ping,n. [Slang.]

  1. [+ object] to carry with great effort;
    lug:I don't want you to schlep that heavy suitcase.
  2. [no object] to move slowly or with too much care.

n. [countable]
  1. one who is slow or awkward.
  2. an annoyingly awkward or slow journey:That's too big a schlep, going all the way downtown.

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