make a noise

make noise (about something)

To be very vocal or outspoken about something, especially that which one dislikes or disagrees with. "Noise" is often preceded my adjectives like "a lot of," "more," "much," etc. Consumers have begun making a lot more noise about policies of the company that they claim are manipulative and predatory. We have to continue making noise, or else the people in congress who can actually fix the law will never pay attention to the issue.
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make a noise

speak or act in a way designed to attract a lot of attention or publicity.
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make a (lot of) ˈnoise (about something)

(informal) talk or complain about something a lot: People are making more noise these days about pollution.The unions are making a lot of noise about the new legislation.
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