English version

razzmatazz

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrazzmatazzrazz‧ma‧tazz /ˌræzməˈtæz/ (also razzamatazz /ˌræzə-/) (also razzle-dazzle) noun [uncountable]  LOUD/NOISYnoisy exciting activity that is intended to attract people’s attention the razzmatazz of show business
Examples from the Corpus
razzmatazzAudiences love the old Broadway razzmatazz.Ah, the old Hollywood razzmatazz.Such razzmatazz is not conducive to a proper spirit of inquiry.He likes to arrive with all the razzmatazz, while I prefer to slip in the back door quietly.The razzmatazz on the quay heralded the style of the crossing.
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