problemnoun

  • ja問題、扱いにくい人
  • ensomething or someone causing doubt, uncertainty, or difficulty and that needs to be dealt with

Examples

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Is there a problem here?
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Yeah, get this girl off the set!
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Oh, okay.
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Okay, missy, come with me.
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Every strategic decisions we make, we have to ask 1 question.
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Did this decision we made solve society problem?
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Because we believe, the bigger social problem you solve, the more successful you are.
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So if this cannot solve any social problems, we don’t do it.
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Uh-oh.
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Guys, we have a major problem here.
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No garlic bread!
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So I think the store closures is obviously a start.
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That's addressing a more urgent problem that sales are slipping.
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And then, I think really it comes down to marketing.
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That's what people are most critical of at the moment.
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Suzie, you're in the lunch program?
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Yeah, is there a problem?
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Well, it's just we hang out, and the whole thing just seems so dirty.
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They’re tackling tough things.
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They could go out and have a hospital wing or do something with a library, or something like that.
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They are tackling real problems.
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And they’re tackling problems that most people don’t wanna tackle.
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Look, I wanted my own room but they said I'm required to share,
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so I guess I'm stuck with you 2.
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Just stay out of my way and out of my stuff, and we won't have a problem.
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While cups of soda aren’t driving growth, mini cans are.
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Sales of the smaller cans have increased at double-digit rates since they were first introduced in 2007.
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That’s great, but…
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Is this gonna solve Coke’s problems at the end of the day?
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I think the company continues to focus on diversifying their portfolio away from soda.
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I think at the end of the day, that’s gonna be the bigger solution.
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Hey, cuz.
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Heard you're having money problems.
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No, you didn't.
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This fly is a major problem for us.
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And we need to destroy it and every trace of it.
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Just as easy as it is for me to make a payment using my voice and my Amazon account,
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somebody else could use that to make purchases either for theft,
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or maybe more importantly, money laundering.
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Some experts say biometrics aren’t the problem, they’re the solution to making payments safer.
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Teddy Demon won 5 for having roaches.
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So what? We don't have roaches.
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Our rats ate of all them.
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That's the problem. We have rats!

Other meanings for problem...

problemadjective

  • ja問題になる、手に負えない
  • encausing problems for other people or yourself
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So this is the room for rent.
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Obviously, it's got great natural light and a lot of shared walls.
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Paper-thin. That's good because I play cool music.
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Dad, what the hell!
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This is that problem tenant I told you about.
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Oh, hey! It's my little bookworm.
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About to graduate, spread her wings, and leave the nest.
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Dad, I'm not going anywhere.
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I don’t know what it was and I don’t know where it came from.
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But I know that you can’t get from an empty well.
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And there was something going on with him.
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Because I knew who I was as a kid.
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And I wasn’t gonna try to break up their marriage or try to be the problem child.
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I actually was trying to just do the best that I could at 11 and 12 years old.