Subproblem



noun
1.
any question or matter involving doubt, uncertainty, or difficulty.
2.
a question proposed for solution or discussion.
3.
Mathematics. a statement requiring a solution, usually by means of a mathematical operation or geometric construction.
adjective
4.
difficult to train or guide; unruly:
a problem child.
5.
Literature. dealing with choices of action difficult either for an individual or for society at large:
a problem play.
Idioms
6.
no problem, (used as a conventional reply to a request or to express confirmation, affirmation, or gratitude).
noun
1.

any thing, matter, person, etc, that is difficult to deal with, solve, or overcome
(as modifier): a problem child

2.
a puzzle, question, etc, set for solution
3.
(maths) a statement requiring a solution usually by means of one or more operations or geometric constructions
4.
(modifier) designating a literary work that deals with difficult moral questions: a problem play
problem
see: no problem

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