no probs

no probs

1. That is not a problem; don't worry about it. "Probs" is an informal abbreviation of "problem." A: "It looks like the file was deleted when the computer crashed." B: "No probs, there should be a backup copy."
2. I would be happy to. A: "Would you mind emptying the dishwasher for me?" B: "Sure, no probs."
See also: no

no ˈprobs

(spoken) used to mean ‘there is no problem’: I can let you have it by next week, no probs.
See also: no
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