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Translation of "fuss" - English-Spanish dictionary

fuss

noun [no plural]   /fʌs/
excitement or worry about something that is not important escándalo, alboroto What’s all the fuss about?
make a fuss
to complain about something montar un escándalo He made a big fuss because I was five minutes late.
make a fuss of someone
to give someone a lot of attention and treat them well dar atención y mimos a alguien My uncle always makes a big fuss of the children.
make a fuss over someone
to give someone a lot of attention and treat him or her well dar atención y mimos a alguien My uncle always makes a big fuss over the children.
verb   /fʌs/
to worry too much or get too excited, especially about things that are not important ponerse nervioso, excitarse demasiado Please don’t fuss, Mum. Everything is under control.
(Definition of fuss from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fuss

noun /fas/
unnecessary excitement, worry or activity, often about something unimportant jaleo, alboroto, ruido, aspaviento; lío, escándalo Don’t make such a fuss.
fussy adjective ( comparative fussier, superlative fussiest)
too concerned with details; too particular; difficult to satisfy quisquilloso, exigente, especial, tiquismiquis She is very fussy about her food.
(of clothes etc) with too much decoration rimbombante, recargado a very fussy hat.
fussily adverb
con aspavientos; con exigencias; recargadamente
make a fuss of
to pay a lot of attention to mimar, consentir He always makes a fuss of his grandchildren.
(Definition of fuss from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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