schlepp

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} çekmek
aşlrmak
{f} sürüklemek
schlep
çekmek
schlep
{f} sürüklemek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To travel, slowly and reluctantly. (This word carries the implication that the journey is not worth the effort)

I had to schlepp 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.

To carry a heavy object a distance, to tote, to lug

Today we schlepped back all the boxes we schlepped over there yesterday.

{f} (American Slang) carry, lug (from Yiddish)
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A long or burden laden journey
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To go, as on an errand or task
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{i} (Yiddish) lazy person, idler; arduous journey; burdensome task
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{f} (American Slang) carry, lug (from Yiddish)
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To carry or to drag around
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If you schlep somewhere, you go there. It's too cold to schlepp around looking at property. = trudge
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pull along heavily, like a heavy load against a resistance; "Can you shlep this bag of potatoes upstairs?"; "She pulled along a large trunk"
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disapproval If you describe someone as a schlep, you mean that they are stupid or clumsy. to carry or pull something heavy schlep sth down/out/along etc (shleppen, from sleppen)
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(v ) Drag around: We had to schlep all over town to find the right dress
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If you schlep something somewhere, you take it there although this is difficult or inconvenient. You didn't just schlep your guitar around from folk club to folk club. = lug
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present participle of schlepp
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