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a major cause of traffic problems in the city
the problem of unemployment
Homelessness is a serious problem for a lot of young people.
We've been having problems with the car.
That still doesn't solve our problem.
The continuing bad weather is causing serious problems for farmers.
Racial tensions in the south of the city pose a real problem for the police.
They're the best cameras on the market. The only problem is they're incredibly expensive.
My parents wouldn't have a problem with me having a party.
I'll be making the decisions from now on. Do you have a problem with that?
"Can you take care of the children for an hour or so?" "No problem."
"You did a good job today – thanks." "No problem."
It's not my problem if he can't get to work on time.
I'm leaving, and if you don't like it that's your problem.
This is the American English definition of problem. View British English definition of problem.