Definition of 'fuss'
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The goalkeeper palmed it away with minimum fuss. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now the rest of the footballing world knows what all the fuss has been about. The Sun (2016)At first you will wonder what the fuss is about. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To think until the final minute of the first half we were wondering what all the fuss had been about. The Sun (2016)No need to make a fuss. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was thought to have wandered off, oblivious to the fuss he had caused. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It may be because the British have such a horror of being seen to make a fuss. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Nor was he in step with party activists, who often fussed about procedures and the setting up of committees. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Don't make a big fuss. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We fussed around our vehicles trying to keep cool whilst we waited. Broken Lives (1993)Can the concerned dad convince his son to stop fussing and just let him be happy? The Sun (2014)The nurses made a big fuss of me. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Not that the fuss seems to bother him. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some animal rights people arrived and made a huge fuss about it all. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Yet this time they have done it with the minimum of fuss. The Sun (2013)That leaves little room for minorities to kick up a fuss. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Did the fuss make him want to come home? Times, Sunday Times (2008)It caused no fuss at the time. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We are afraid to be the only one to make a fuss. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They just lie in bed whining and fussing and worrying that their drips have come out. The Sun (2012)All this fuss just so we can flutter them at the fellas. The Sun (2009)It tells players that if they cause a big enough fuss then things will happen. The Sun (2008)And all without too much fuss and bother. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The body prefers something more inert and stable that can be stored with a minimum of fuss. Fats, Nutrition and Health (1991)IT'S not the grades that are scandalous but the fuss being kicked up! The Sun (2012)Companies do not want any undue fuss. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The French made a great fuss about this. Times, Sunday Times (2010)No fuss, looks great and is practical. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Here's a chance to see what the fuss around this comedy is all about. The Sun (2015)The next generation will wonder what all the fuss was about, but we will remember. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If enough people make enough of a fuss we can force them to think again.. The Sun (2008)Two dogs fuss for attention. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I am very friendly and well-trained and love fuss and attention. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'fuss'
British English: fuss /fʌs/ NOUN
Fuss is anxious or excited behaviour which serves no useful purpose.
I don't know what all the fuss is about.
- American English: fuss
- Arabic: ضَجَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: escândalo
- Chinese: 忙乱
- Croatian: sitničavost
- Czech: povyk zbytečný
- Danish: postyr
- Dutch: drukte
- European Spanish: alboroto
- Finnish: hössötys
- French: chichis
- German: Getue
- Greek: αναταραχή
- Italian: trambusto
- Japanese: 大騒ぎ
- Korean: 안달하기
- Norwegian: oppstuss
- Polish: zamieszanie
- European Portuguese: confusão
- Romanian: agitație
- Russian: суета
- Spanish: alboroto
- Swedish: tjafs
- Thai: ความวุ่นวาย
- Turkish: yaygara
- Ukrainian: метушня
- Vietnamese: sự om sòm
British English: fuss VERB
If you fuss, you worry or behave in a nervous, anxious way about unimportant matters or rush around doing unnecessary things.
She fussed about getting me a drink.
Definition of fuss from the Collins English Dictionary
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