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"no problem" in American English

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no problem

infml yes, I can do that without any trouble: "Can you pick me up at noon?" "No problem."
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"no problem" in British English

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no problem

informal
A2 said to show that you will or can do what someone has asked you to: "Can you get me to the station by 11.30?" "No problem."
A2 used as a friendly answer when someone thanks you for something you have done: "Thanks for the lift." "No problem."
(Definition of no problem from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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