Q: "enter the fray" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Join the battle, join the fight, join the cause.

It can be used for any situation you’re ready to get involved in.
Q: frayed とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I put the blanket in the garbage because the fabric was frayed.

Our relationship ended because the romance between us frayed.
Q: fray とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Fray, in this sense, means the struggle, fighting and stress of a situation. Where the action is.
"From the hilltop, the soldiers were safe from the fray of the battle below."
"My life is much simpler now that I am no longer a politician. I do not miss the constant fray between the political parties."
Q: fray とはどういう意味ですか?
A: another definition is "to show strain"

There is also a phrase "Jump into the fray" which is used for when someone joins into an argument. So fray could be an argument or fight.
Q: to fray on and to be reinforced? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The cords fraying = the cords are coming undone. Frayed rope ->

"... on the bed ..." just means that the bed was where the cords were/were attached to.

To be reinforced means that you add something else to something to make it stronger.

They added rebar (the metal bars sticking out of the ends) to the concrete to reinforce it.


Q: fray を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: The string from my shoelaces have frayed


Q: fray と fight はどう違いますか?
A: Fray is the mess of activity between bodies or voices.
The hunter could not separate his dog from the fray of beagles.


Q: What does "fray hang free" mean in the context below (See the note for details)?
A: "fray" is the loose thread at the end of cloth or rope. "hang free" just means that fray is visible, there's nothing covering it.
Q: What does "fray" in 121 mean?
A: "Fray" = something is coming undone