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Fuss; trouble; bother.
bustling activity; fuss; bother; delay (esp in the phrases without more ado, with much ado)
[C14: from the phrase at do a to-do, from Old Norse at to (marking the infinitive) + do1]
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) accumulated day off
busy or delaying activity; bustle; fuss.
[1250–1300; Middle English (north) at do=at to (< Old Norse, which used at with the infinitive) + do do1]
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|Noun||1.||ado - a rapid active commotion|
without further ado, without more ado → sans plus de cérémonie