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Last October it unveiled its maiden fundraising to great fanfare. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In fact, dramatic combinations that are made without fuss, fanfare or vanity could be the leitmotif of this menu. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They just do it with little or no fanfare. The Sun (2012)The bill received little fanfare in the media and has no chance of passing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The device was launched to much fanfare last year. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Now it reappears on the schedule to very little fanfare. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It was launched recently to much fanfare but is almost impossible to track down. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He arrived with much fanfare but it has been a strange season. The Sun (2010)With little fanfare or fuss these people have boosted their wealth while those around them have seen their incomes squeezed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Four years ago, the media were granted access in a fanfare of publicity. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When he risked a smile, you wanted it accompanied by a trumpet fanfare. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then he reared down again, with surprisingly little fanfare. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Strangely, there is little fanfare elsewhere. The Sun (2013)Poetry readings, film screenings and walking tours ushered in the launch with the pomp and fanfare of a royal wedding. Times, Sunday Times (2012)New treatments, whether drugs or devices, always get a great fanfare. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Good Morning America opened with a trumpet fanfare. The Sun (2010)Beyond mere booking information on listings websites, there's no fanfare of publicity for these gigs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There will be much fanfare and some opening-day excitement in August. The Sun (2015)So, too, does an incongruous fanfare for the man capable of bringing the sunshine back to his sport. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It does have substantial uranium deposits and its largest uranium mine was opened recently amid great fanfare, but deposits are of poorer quality than those found elsewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A source said: 'The album was meant to arrive with huge fanfare. The Sun (2016)HE arrived without trumpet or fanfare 45 minutes before kick-off. The Sun (2010)It opened last month to a huge public fanfare and, for a moment at least, retailers and investors took a sharp intake of breath. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Britisches Englisch: fanfare NOUN
A fanfare is a short, loud tune played on trumpets or other similar instruments to announce a special event.
The ceremony opened with a fanfare of trumpets.
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