hullabaloo en Vietnamita
Again there was a great hullabaloo.
Three days later there was a terrible hullabaloo.
That is why, in my opinion, it is somewhat inconsistent to launch such a project, to great media hullabaloo.
Tom and Mary wanted to get married on the quiet to avoid all the hullabaloo.
The last currency hullabaloo took place at the start of this decade when the exchange rates of many key Member States also changed.
Is that enough for the Hullabaloo?
My cousin Ben runs the Supply and Resources outpost for the Hullabaloo.
In its time, the anti-Comintern hullabaloo played a certain part in distracting attention.
Regrettably, the Security Council, for reasons that are well known, has to date been unable to adopt the draft resolution - in spite of all the hullabaloo we hear about the need to put an end to peaceful nuclear programmes conducted by other parties.
The British veto, and the hullabaloo that it caused, is thus something that Europe could have done without, and Cameron will soon be sorry that he offered himself up as a hostage to his Euroskeptic backbenchers.
disturbance usually in protest: turmoil, disturbance, upheaval, agitation, excitement