have a problem with something

have a problem with something
have a problem with something informal phrase
to not like or approve of something, for example something that someone has done

My parents wouldn’t have a problem with me having a party.

I’ll be making the decisions from now on. Do you have a problem with that?

Thesaurus: to disapprove of something or someonesynonym
Main entry: problem

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have a ˈproblem with sth idiom
to disagree with or object to sth

I have no problem with you working at home tomorrow.

(informal)

We are going to do this my way.

Do you have a problem with that? (= showing that you are impatient with the person that you are speaking to)
Main entry:problemidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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