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problem

noun
 
 
/ˈprɒbləm/
DIFFICULT SITUATION [C] A1 a situation that causes difficulties and that needs to be dealt with
sorun, mesele, problem
health problems I'm having problems with my computer. Drugs have become a serious problem in the area.Difficult situations and unpleasant experiencesAccidents and disasters
MATHEMATICS [C] a question that you use mathematics to solve
problem
Calculations and calculatingAddition, subtraction, multiplication and division
have a problem with sth/sb to find something or someone annoying or offensive
sorunu/meselesi olmak
Yes, she can smoke in the house - I don't have a problem with that.Not liking
No problem. A2 something that you say to mean you can or will do what someone has asked you to do
Tabiî!', ' Elbette!', 'Lafı mı olur!', 'Hiç dert etmeyin!'
"Can you get me to the airport by 11.30?" "No problem."Words and phrases expressing agreement and acceptance
A2 something that you say when someone has thanked you for something
Rica ederim!', 'Hiç önemli değil!', 'Bir şey değil!', 'Her zaman!'
"Thanks for taking me home." "No problem."Polite expressions
(Definition of problem from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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