a thing that is difficult to deal with or to understand
重大 / 主要 / 严重的问题
health/family, etc. problems
财政 / 实际 / 技术困难
处理 / 应付 / 解决难题
to address/tackle/solve a problem
to fix a problem
the problem of drug abuse
If he chooses Mary it's bound to cause problems .
Let me know if you have any problems.
Most students face the problem of funding themselves while they are studying.
The problem first arose in 2003.
Unemployment is a very real problem for graduates now.
It's a nice table! The only problem is (that) it's too big for our room.
Stop worrying about their marriage─it isn't your problem.
There's no history of heart problems (= disease connected with the heart) in our family.
the magazine's problem page (= containing letters about readers' problems and advice about how to solve them)
a question that can be answered by using logical thought or mathematics
to find the answer to the problem
to disagree with or object to sth
I have no problem with you working at home tomorrow.
We are going to do this my way. Do you have a problem with that? (= showing that you are impatient with the person that you are speaking to)
used to show that you are happy to help sb or that sth will be easy to do
‘Can I pay by credit card?’ ‘Yes, no problem.’
used after sb has thanked you or said they are sorry for sth
‘Thanks for the ride.’ ‘No problem.’
used to show that you do not care about sb else's difficulties
那是她 / 他 / 他们 / 你自己的问题
used to show that you think a person should deal with their own difficulties
used to show that you think sb is being unreasonable
What's your problem?─I only asked if you could help me for ten minutes.
causing problems for other people
She was a problem child , always in trouble with the police.