without further/more ado

without further ado

With no more delay. And now, without further ado, let's introduce the opening act! Well, gentlemen, if we're settled upon the terms of the agreement, then let us sign the contract without any further ado.
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without further ado

Cliché without further talk. (An overworked phrase usually heard in public announcements.) And without further ado, I would like to introduce Mr. Bill Franklin! The time has come to leave, so without further ado, good evening and good-bye.
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without further ado

Also, without more ado. Without more work, ceremony, or fuss. For example, Without further ado they adjourned the meeting and went home, or And now, without more ado, here is our speaker of the day. This idiom has one of the few surviving uses of the noun ado, meaning "what is being done." (Another is much ado about nothing.) [Late 1300s]
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without further/more aˈdo

(old-fashioned) without delaying; immediately: So without further ado, let’s get on with tonight’s show.
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