not a problem

idiom

informal
1
used to say that one is happy to do something
"Thanks for your help." "Not a problem."
2
used to say that one is not bothered by something
"I'm sorry for interrupting you." "Not a problem."
3
used to say that something can be done
"I would like to pay with my credit card." "Not a problem."

Examples of not a problem in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web For card users who pay their balance in full every month, that's not a problem. Scott Horsley, NPR, 14 May 2024 In short: For hackers with the requisite know-how, breaking the RKS rolling code system is not a problem. Lucas Ropek / Gizmodo, Quartz, 13 May 2024 Most of the state parks in the area have a no-pets-on-trails policy, even if you’re allowed to camp with them, but that’s not a problem at this county park in Watsonville. Kate Bradshaw, The Mercury News, 13 May 2024 But while Alwyn reportedly preferred to keep their relationship out of the spotlight, that’s…not a problem Kelce has. Elizabeth Logan, Glamour, 6 May 2024 This is not a problem that would be solved by simply selling TikTok’s operations to an American buyer. New York Times, 19 Apr. 2024 As long as the price of bitcoin doubles, halving is not a problem. Laurent Belsie, The Christian Science Monitor, 8 Apr. 2024 This study does not mean that gun violence is not a problem. Dave Yost, National Review, 10 Jan. 2024 Winter shade when the plant is dormant is not a problem. Nan Sterman, San Diego Union-Tribune, 6 Jan. 2024

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“Not a problem.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/not%20a%20problem. Accessed 26 May. 2024.

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