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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishto-doto-ˈdo noun [singular]  informalPROBLEM a lot of unnecessary excitement or angry feelings about something syn fuss There was such a to-do when I said I didn’t want to be married in a church!
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to-doIt caused quite a to-do when a mistake was made in the Labor Department statistics.Christmas has never been a big to-do in our house.
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