English version

make a fuss/kick up a fuss (about something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake a fuss/kick up a fuss (about something)make a fuss/kick up a fuss (about something)COMPLAINto complain or become angry about something, especially when this is not necessary Josie kicked up a fuss because the soup was too salty. I don’t know why you’re making such a fuss about it. fuss
Examples from the Corpus
making such a fussYour task then is to shame me for making such a fuss.She felt unenthusiastic and listless about the eclipse and couldn't see why everyone else was making such a fuss.
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