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Translation of "fraught" - English-Spanish dictionary

fraught

adjective   /frɔːt/
fraught with
full of unpleasant things such as problems or dangers lleno de The negotiations have been fraught with difficulties/problems right from the start. From beginning to end, the airlift was fraught with risks.2110
UK causing or having extreme worry or anxiety tirante, tenso This is one of the most fraught weekends of the year for the security forces. The atmosphere in the office is rather fraught.568
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