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English definition of “hullabaloo”

hullabaloo

noun [S]     /ˌhʌl.ə.bəˈluː/ old-fashioned
a loud noise made by people who are angry or annoyed ; a lot of angry comments made in public about someone or something: There's a crowd of angry demonstrators making a real hullabaloo outside the Houses of Parliament . The minister resigned after all the hullabaloo over his affair with an actress .Noise and noisy
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