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  1. fuss

    • IPA[fʌs]

    英式

    • n.
      a display of unnecessary or excessive excitement, activity, or interest;a protest or dispute of a specified degree or kind
    • v.
      show unnecessary or excessive concern about something;busy oneself restlessly
    • noun: fuss

    • verb: fuss, 3rd person present: fusses, gerund or present participle: fussing, past tense: fussed, past participle: fussed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a display of unnecessary or excessive excitement, activity, or interest:

      I don't know what all the fuss is about

    • 2. a protest or dispute of a specified degree or kind:

      he didn't put up too much of a fuss

    • 3. elaborate or complex procedures; trouble or difficulty:

      they settled in with very little fuss

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. show unnecessary or excessive concern about something:

      she's always fussing about her food

    • 2. busy oneself restlessly:

      beside him Kegan was fussing with sheets of paper

    • 3. disturb or bother (someone):

      when she cries in her sleep, try not to fuss her

    • 4. treat (someone) with excessive attention or affection:

      she flattered and fussed her

    • adj. (of a person) feeling concern, distress, or annoyance; having strong feelings about something:

    • it'd be great to be there but I'm not that fussed

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    • adj. (of a person) feeling concern, distress, or annoyance; having strong feelings about something:

    • it'd be great to be there but I'm not that fussed

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    • become angry and complain

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    • become angry and complain

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    • treat (a person or animal) with excessive attention or affection

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    • treat (a person or animal) with excessive attention or affection

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    • object loudly or publicly to something

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    • object loudly or publicly to something

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    • n.
      a display of unnecessary or excessive excitement, activity, or interest:
    • I don't know what all the fuss is about
    • v.
      show unnecessary or excessive concern about something:
    • she's always fussing about her food

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  2. 知識+

    • 什麼是to make a fuss

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    • 請問”old fuss and feathers”?

      old fuss and feathers= 講究且剛正不阿 這是有歷史淵源的ㄧ句用語,我把出處...

    • what a fuss Obadiah made 何義?

      Lor, what a fuss Obadiah made of me 天啊!歐巴地這傢伙真把我搞慘了...