that's (someone's) problem

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that's (someone's) problem

That is something someone else will have to deal with or figure out; that's not my responsibility or concern. A: "Janet said she's having a tough time getting this report finished on her own." B: "That's her problem, I've already got too much work of my own to do."
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that’s ˈyour, ˈhis, etc. problem

(spoken, informal) used to show that you think somebody should deal with their own difficulties: If she doesn’t like it, that’s her problem, not mine!
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So that's Problem No.1: far too many of our public spaces are ill-equipped for helping us sort our waste properly so that it can be recycled, rather than simply sent to landfill.
That's problem. It will happen in the next five years, that's what I reckon.
Lowell also has been hobbled throughout the season by a sore hip, and that's problem he does not expect to go away.
That's problem enough when we're talking about academic policies.
That's problem drinking we can all see, but we need to recognise that there is another side to the coin and older people, who may be experiencing problems with alcohol at home, should not be overlooked."
"People of all walks of life have ups and downs whether that's problems with i ti t t th i " h intimacy, trust or other issues," she says.
They went along to an encounter group to sort out their "pralms" (that's problems to you and me).