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make a (lot of) noise about something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake a (lot of) noise about somethingmake a (lot of) noise about somethingBritish English to talk about something a lot, so that people will notice it – used to show disapproval modern men who make a noise about the fact that they know how to look good noise
Examples from the Corpus
make a (lot of) noise about somethingApparently Bradford is interested in having it and Bristol has also made noises about it.I made noises about the absence of a bank in this so-called international airport; but what choice did I have?It was extended, but the Provisionals continued to make noises about renewing the violence.Kirchberg is where the peace and quiet is worth making a noise about.
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