Synonyms for no problem

Grammar : Adj, interj, noun
Spell : prob-luhm
Phonetic Transcription : ˈprɒb ləm

Top 10 synonyms for no problem Other synonyms for the word no problem

Définition of no problem

Origin :
  • late 14c., "a difficult question proposed for solution," from Old French problème (14c.) and directly from Latin problema, from Greek problema "a task, that which is proposed, a question;" also "anything projecting, headland, promontory; fence, barrier;" also "a problem in geometry," literally "thing put forward," from proballein "propose," from pro "forward" (see pro-) + ballein "to throw" (see ballistics).
  • Meaning "a difficulty" is mid-15c. Mathematical sense is from 1560s in English. Problem child first recorded 1920. Phrase _______ problem in reference to a persistent and seemingly insoluble difficulty is attested at least from 1882, in Jewish problem. Response no problem "that is acceptable; that can be done without difficulty" is recorded from 1968.
  • As in nothing to it : adj effortless
  • As in obtainable : adj achievable, available
  • As in attainable : adj within reach; achievable
  • As in simple : adj clear, understandable; easy
  • As in uncomplicated : adj easy
  • As in easy : adj not difficult
  • As in effortless : adj easy
  • As in : interj don't mention it
  • As in snap : noun easy thing to accomplish

Antonyms for no problem

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