English version

without more/further ado

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwithout more/further adowithout more/further adoDELAYwithout delaying or wasting any time So without further ado, I’ll now ask Mr Davis to open the debate. ado
Examples from the Corpus
without more/further adoAnd without more ado he booked his one-way ticket.The selection board interviewed him and rejected his application without further ado.Left leaderless, the city surrendered to Bustamante without further ado.Stan then moved closer to Melanie, and a major fight erupted without further ado.The emptying of the house could therefore no longer be postponed and Charlotte had decided to put matters in hand without further ado.Then, without more ado, he loaded the horses into the trailer.Then, without more ado, he turned on his heel and left, slamming the door behind him.
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