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Arabic translation of “problem”

problem

noun
 
/ˈprɒb·ləm/
A1 a situation that causes difficulties
مُشْكِلة
health problems I’m having problems with my computer. Drugs have become a serious problem in the area.
no problem informal A2 something that you say to mean you can or will do what someone has asked you to do
لا تُوجَد مُشْكِلة
“Can you get me to the airport by 11.30?” “No problem.”
no problem informal A2 something that you say when someone has thanked you for something
عَفْوًا
“Thanks for taking me home.” “No problem.”
have a problem with something/someone informal to not like something or someone
لَدَيه مُشْكِلة مَع ..
She can smoke in here – I don’t have a problem with that.
(Definition of problem from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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