2017年8月3日 星期四

free-floating, fraught with


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Representations of the Intellectual: The 1993 Reith Lectures

on Page 63:
"... No one is ever free of attachments and sentiments of course. Nor do I have in mind here the so-called free- floating intellectual, whose technical competence is on loan and for sale to anyone. ..."

AIG reported a $5.3 billion loss, hurt by a write-down linked to subprime mortgages that fell in value by $11.2 billion before taxes. The results indicate the road ahead could be fraught with peril given problems in the housing and credit markets.   2008

fraught (FULL OF) 
adjective ━━ a. (心配・危険に)満ちている ((with)); 〔話〕 困った.
fraught with full of unpleasant things such as problems or dangers:
The negotiations have been fraught with difficulties/problems right from the start.
From beginning to end, the airlift was fraught with risks.fraught (ANXIOUS) 
adjective
causing or having extreme worry or anxiety:
This is one of the most fraught weekends of the year for the security forces.
The atmosphere in the office is rather fraught.

free-floating Show phonetics
adjective
not supporting any particular political party

這在諸如外匯上還有"可達任何匯率水準"等意思
adj.
  1. Not committed or decided.
  2. Experienced without an obvious basis or cause: free-floating anxiety.
  3. Capable of free movement; not bound.
adj. - 獨立的, 無明顯原因的, 能向任何方向活動的

日本語 (Japanese)
adj. - 自由に動く

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