make noise

idiom

Definition of make noise 

1 : to talk about something often used to suggest that the things being said are not sincere or effective Congress has been making (a lot of) noise about lowering taxes, but no one expects it to happen.

2 : to complain about something People have been making (a lot of) noise about the price increases.

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