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hoo-ha

noun [S or U] uk   /ˈhuː.hɑː/ informal us  
an occasion when there is too much interest in or discussion about something that is not important: One of the tabloids published the pictures and they caused a great hoo-ha.
Translations of “hoo-ha”
in Chinese (Traditional) 大驚小怪,不必要的激動…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大惊小怪,不必要的激动…
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