- make something out of nothing
- to say that something is a problem when it is not.
You seem to think I'm making something out of nothing, but I think these letters are important.Usage notes: often used to ask someone if they want to disagree or fight about something:
Yeah, I like Lee's movies – you want to make something of it?
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