much ado about nothing
Meaning: If you say something is much ado about nothing, you think it's an overreaction to something that shouldn't have caused so much trouble.
- Some people make a big fuss about which table they get in a restaurant, but as far as I can see it's much ado about nothing as long as the food's the same.
- All this nonsense about status and "losing face" is much ado about nothing as far as I'm concerned.
Origin: "Much Ado about Nothing" is the title of a well-known play by William Shakespeare, and as a result the phrase has survived into modern English in its original form.
The fight was much ado about nothing. It all started because a guy
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Contributor: Matt Errey