Ответ в теме: English idioms

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to make a fuss about (over) — to complain or be angry about unimportant things
1. “Don’t make such a fuss, Mother,” he whispered, on the plat-form, after she had kissed him. “I’ve only been away a short time.” (G. Gordon)
2. “Fella, darling,” he said, “just don’t make a fuss. If there’s one thing I cannot stand it’s women making a fuss.” (I. Murdoch)
3. But nobody’s going to make a _fuss about lifting a pair of boots from one of the toffs. (K. Prichard)