庸人自擾 - 每日一辭(英)
Much Ado About Nothing
The phrase 'much ado about nothing' comes from Shakespeare's play “Much Ado About Nothing”. The word “ado” means busy activity, bustle or fuss.
Meaning: To fuss over something trivial. To overreact on something that is insignificant.
It is much ado about nothing to worry about your son's career when he is just an infant.
Written by Elisa English
On 5/1/13 in Minneapolis