Definition of fraught in English:

fraught

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Pronunciation: /frɔːt
 
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adjective

Origin

late Middle English, 'laden, equipped', past participle of obsolete fraught 'load with cargo', from Middle Dutch vrachten, from vracht 'ship's cargo'. Compare with freight.

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