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- (countable) A problem is something that is difficult to do, understand, or believe.
- If you have a problems with the computer, I can probably help.
- You should see your doctor if you think you have a health problem.
- This book tells you how to deal with drinking problems.
- If you are regularly late, it can cause problems.
- Today, we are concerned with some serious problems with the product.
- I solved the problem by replacing a broken part.
- It's a good idea to discuss your problems with a friend.
- Problems like these arise from a lack of care.
- We've identified a number of problem areas that need to be looked at.
- (countable) A problem is a question on a test.
- Most students got the right answer for the first problem.
- You say "no problem" to agree to do something.
- "Could you open the door for me?" "Sure, no problem!"
- You say "no problem" after somebody thanks you or apologises to you.
- "Thank you so much for all your help." "No problem! Any time!"