- (adj) (of a situation or course of action) filled with or likely to result in (something undesirable). “marketing any new product is fraught with danger”
- (adj) causing or affected by anxiety or stress. “there was a fraught silence”
Fraught meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
- व्याकुल, भरा, परिपूर्ण
- 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.
Fraught in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
- India’s new trade policy should address both domestic, foreign …, The current climate is fraught with uncertainty, slowing demand and exporting conflicts. The new Foreign Trade Policy should focus on …
- Near-term outlook of Indian economy fraught with risks: RBI, The Indian economy which has largely been subdued in the past few quarters and signs of a slowdown have cropped up, is likely to face …
- Private Consumption Slows, Indian Economy Seen ‘Fraught …, New Delhi: The Indian economy, which has been witnessing slowdown over last few quarters, is likely to face several more risks in the near …
- Kashmir and border dispute will likely top the agenda as India …, “India and China have a fraught relationship, yet they are also far from being each other’s top foreign policy issue,” says Simon Baptist, global …
- No reason why India-US trade deal can’t be done quickly …, Despite the seeming bonhomie between Trump and Modi, India-US trade relations have been fraught of late, especially after Washington …
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Fraught
- fraught->sounds like drought and both of dem are opposites
- fraught = fraud + caught; The fraud or thief was caught. His pockets were filled with jewels and money.