Translations: Etymology: Probably derived from German schleppen 'to tow, to carry something heavy'.
- (slang)To carry a heavy object a distance, to tote, to lug.
- Today we schlepped back all the boxes we schlepped over there yesterday.
- To travel, slowly and reluctantly. (This word carries the implication that the journey is not worth the effort).
- I had to all the way over there, through the mud, so I could come back for the paper they never told me to bring and do it again.
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