to complete in performing as nothing is ado
- a rapid energetic commotion
- to accomplish; in doing; because, there's nothing ado.
- Performing; difficulty; difficulty; problematic company; fuss; bustle; because, to produce an excellent ado about trifles.
belated 14c., "dispute, battling; difficulty, trouble," compounded from at do, dialectal in Norse impacted aspects of England for to do, as some Scandinavian languages used at with infinitive of a verb where contemporary English makes use of to. For feeling development, compare to-do. Meaning "fuss" is from very early 15c. In addition used in center English for "dealings, traffic," and "sexual intercourse" (both c.1400).
brief for ActiveX information Object, ADO is a Microsoft API that enables a person establishing an application to gain access to information from another database because application.
(n.) To complete; in doing; as, nothing is ado.
- (letter.) Doing; difficulty; difficulty; problematic company; fuss; bustle; as, to create a great ado about trifles.
Starfish without more ado (fig.