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To kick up a row


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To kick up a row means to make a fuss.

Sample Usage

1. When the bus broke down a third time during the journey, the passengers kicked up a row.

2. When the bell rang five minutes before the actual time, many of the students kicked up a row as they felt they should have been given more time to finish the exam.


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