A long and tiresome walk.
Origin: Yiddish.
It's a bit of a schlep from here to the shop.
Por Jono 27 de marzo de 2005
Top Definition
To carry, bring or otherwise transmit something which is difficult to move.
I'm not going to schlep that stack of papers all the way over here!
Por The Grammar Nazi 11 de octubre de 2001
1. <verb> A very unpleasant or inconvenient journey of any distance.
2. <noun> A person lacking social skills. A dork. Not a friend of choice.
1. "Oy, my legs are killin me, I don't wanna schlep to 711 right now!"

2. "Yeah, he always gets blackout drunk! What a schlep."
Por Nate Nasty 03 de febrero de 2006
A person who does the opposite of what they should or is being a huge douche, to the annoyance of those around them. An insult that is usually made between friends or to label a person a group of friends do not like.
That flid was such a schlep last night.

That schlep leaves his trash all over our place.
Por SchlepMaster 05 de febrero de 2013
To barely sleep / lightly sleep. (Schlept, Aschleep)
Tom was so damn stressed out about his exam, he schlept that night and could barely keep his eyes open the next day.
Por i<3buttsecks223 19 de febrero de 2015
A person who does a job they they are not qualified to do, although they pretend they are. They typically cause more damage than good.
When I had my stove fire, the real fireman must have been busy that day. The schleps they sent cut holes in the roof and flooded the place with water, ruining everything.
Por dickfitzentite 17 de septiembre de 2009
to lug a giant box of yarmulkah up a tall steep flight of stairs by your shlong
Jewish guy: "I had to schlep"
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Por Johnny cravittits 23 de febrero de 2009

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