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schlep

verb [I or T, + adv/prep] (-pp-) (also schlepp) uk   us   /ʃlep/ mainly US informal
to move yourself or an object with effort and difficulty: Do I really have to schlep all that junk down to the cellar?

schlep

noun [S] (also schlepp) uk   us   /ʃlep/ mainly US informal
something that takes a lot of effort to do: It's a real schlep getting it all home.
Translations of “schlep”
in Chinese (Traditional) 拖, 拉, 推…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拖, 拉, 推…
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