Meaning of without further ado in English:

without further ado

(also without more ado)


  • Without any fuss or delay; immediately.

    ‘without further ado he hurried down the steps’
    • ‘So, without further ado, let's quickly gloss over his suggestions and move onto my much more sensible and practical top ten.’
    • ‘Promptly, without further ado, an entire shift decided to stay at home seriously disrupting production and causing severe losses to the company.’
    • ‘So without further ado, let me direct you to their respective tasting notes.’
    • ‘So without further ado, may I announce my new project.’
    • ‘So, without further ado, I'm proud to announce the launch of the redesigned ‘Jumping On The Bandwagon’.’
    • ‘So without further ado, I present you with the round one contestants listed from worst to first…’
    • ‘And so, without further ado, I present to you my future son-in-law.’
    • ‘So without further ado, the first-years share their first thoughts.’
    • ‘So, without further ado, here is my best of three list.’
    • ‘So without further ado, here it is - my very own comic strip.’
    • ‘So, without further ado, a very sincere homage to the talented and much-missed Mr. King.’
    • ‘Here, without further ado, the best entries in the Rejected Campaign Slogans contest.’
    • ‘Anyway, without further ado, this is the list I made this time last year, rearranged into an approximate order of preference.’
    • ‘If they didn't corroborate his claims, he'd be fired without further ado.’
    • ‘Please feel free to adopt these suggestions without further ado!’
    • ‘So, without further ado, here's my version of events, aided by quite a few pictures.’
    • ‘He refused to go and was dismissed without further ado by Cudlipp who succeeded him.’
    • ‘The court expressed the hope that in practice receiving parties will disclose the information without more ado.’
    • ‘In most cases this evidence alone was enough to cause the accused to plead guilty without more ado.’
    • ‘So without further ado, let's see how the other positions were represented and who the missing persons were.’
    immediately, at once, instantly, directly, right away, straight away, now, that minute, this minute, that very minute, this very minute, that instant, this instant, then and there, there and then, here and now, in a flash, like a flash, instantaneously, by return, post-haste, without delay, without further ado, without more ado, without hesitation, unhesitatingly