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Translation of "fuss" - English-Spanish dictionary

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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