make a fuss

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  • make a fuss of — To give much (genuinely or apparently) affectionate or amicable attention to • • • Main Entry: ↑fuss * * * make a fuss of phrase to give a person or animal a lot of attention to show that you love them If you ask me, they make too much fuss of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • make a fuss — To complain • • • Main Entry: ↑fuss * * * become angry and complain …   Useful english dictionary

  • make a fuss — cry or complain, throw a tantrum    If I don t hold the baby, it will make a fuss. It will cry …   English idioms

  • make a fuss — make noise, throw a fit, create a commotion …   English contemporary dictionary

  • make a fuss of — to give a person or animal a lot of attention to show that you love them If you ask me, they make too much fuss of him …   English dictionary

  • make a fuss of somebody — make a fuss of/over sb idiom to pay a lot of attention to sb, usually to show how much you like them • They made a great fuss of the baby. • The dog loves being made a fuss of. Main entry: ↑fussidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • make a fuss over somebody — make a fuss of/over sb idiom to pay a lot of attention to sb, usually to show how much you like them • They made a great fuss of the baby. • The dog loves being made a fuss of. Main entry: ↑fussidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • make a fuss over — (or Brit. of) treat (a person or animal) with excessive attention or affection …   Useful english dictionary

  • make a fuss about — • to make a fuss about • to make a fuss over (from Idioms in Speech) to complain or be angry about unimportant things Don t make such a fuss, Mother, he whispered, on the platform, after she had kissed him. I ve only been away a short time. (G.… …   Idioms and examples

  • make a fuss over — • to make a fuss about • to make a fuss over (from Idioms in Speech) to complain or be angry about unimportant things Don t make such a fuss, Mother, he whispered, on the platform, after she had kissed him. I ve only been away a short time. (G.… …   Idioms and examples

  • make a fuss over — {v. phr.} 1. To quarrel about something or someone. * /I want you kids to stop fussing about who gets the drumstick./ 2. To he excessively concerned about someone or something; worry. * /Let s not fuss over such an insignificant problem!/ 3. To… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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