- adj.充满的，满载的; 担心的，忧虑的;
The earliest operations employing this technique were fraught with dangers.
The expedition through the jungle was fraught with difficulty and danger.
It has been a somewhat fraught day.
In this case, it is a subtle red, fraught with mystery.
The long journey through the tropical forest was fraught with danger.
There's no need to look so fraught!
She had a life fraught with hardship.
The journey was fraught with difficulties.
You're looking very fraught, Mildred! Is there anything the matter?
米尔德丽德! 看起来你忧心忡忡,有什么不对劲 吗 ?
The tobacco looked healthy and green and fraught for Mary -- with promise of future plenty.
Encouraging women to have more babies used to be politically fraught.
THIS has been another fraught week for the world's financial markets.
The long journey through the forest was fraught with danger.
Changing the wage structure is fraught with political and economic problems.
Nevertheless, entering a new war zone is fraught with dangers.
1. marked by distress;
"a fraught mother-daughter relationship"
2. filled with or attended with;
"words fraught with meaning"
"an incident fraught with danger"
"a silence pregnant with suspense"