fraught
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fraught(
frat
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (full)
a. cargado
Our proposal was fraught with problems and didn't get approved.Nuestra propuesta estaba cargada de problemas y no obtuvo aprobación.
b. lleno
The trip was fraught with incidents, but the group finally arrived home.El viaje estuvo lleno de incidentes, pero el grupo finalmente llegó a casa.
2. (tense)
a. tenso
Contract negotiations became fraught and we didn't make any progress.Las negociaciones contractuales se pusieron tensas, y no logramos avanzar.
b. tirante
Their relationship was so fraught that it surprised no one when they got divorced.Su relación era tan tirante que no le sorprendió a nadie que se divorciaran.
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fraught
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (situation)
a. tenso(a), tirante
2. (person)
a. tenso(a)
fraught with danger/emotioncargado(a) de peligro/emoción
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fraught [frɔːt]
adjective
1 (tense) tenso
things got a bit fraught la situación se puso difícil
2
to be fraught with [+tension] estar cargado de; [+problems] estar lleno de; to be fraught with danger ser peligrosísimo
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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