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problemnoun USA: prɔ'blʌ·m UK: prɔbləm
    1. Our engineers met problems more difficult every day.
        1. Mérnökeink naponta birkóznak meg nehezebb feladatokkal is.
problem childnoun USA: prɔ'blʌ·m tʃaɪ'ld UK: prɔbləm tʃaɪld
problem definitionexp USA: prɔ'blʌ·m de"fʌ·nɪ'ʃʌ·n UK: prɔbləm defɪnɪʃn
problem determinationexp USA: prɔ'blʌ·m dʌ·təː"mʌ·neɪ'ʃʌ·n UK: prɔbləm dɪtəːmɪneɪʃn
problem ofexp USA: prɔ'blʌ·m ʌ·v UK: prɔbləm ɔv
problem still undealt withexp
problematicadj USA: prɔ"blʌ·mæ'tɪ·k UK: prɔbləmætɪk
problematicaladj USA: prɔ"blʌ·mæ'tɪ·kʌ·l UK: prɔblɪmætɪkəl
problemsnoun USA: prɔ'blʌ·mz UK: prɔbləmz
housing problemexp USA: haʊ'zɪ·ŋ prɔ'blʌ·m UK: haʊzɪŋ prɔbləm
new problem ariseexp USA: nyuː' prɔ'blʌ·m əː·aɪ'z UK: njuː prɔbləm əraɪz
the problem that faces usexp USA: ðiː· prɔ'blʌ·m ðʌ·t feɪ'sʌ·z yuː'e's UK: ðiː prɔbləm ðət feɪsɪz ʌz
answer a problemexp USA: æ'nsəː· eɪ' prɔ'blʌ·m UK: ɑnsər eɪ prɔbləm
housing / the - problemexp USA: haʊ'zɪ·ŋ ðiː· prɔ'blʌ·m UK: haʊzɪŋ ðiː prɔbləm
set a problemv USA: se't eɪ' prɔ'blʌ·m UK: set eɪ prɔbləm
mind intent on a problemexp USA: maɪ'nd ɪ"nte'nt ɔ'n eɪ' prɔ'blʌ·m UK: maɪnd ɪntent ɔn eɪ prɔbləm
the gravity of the problemexp USA: ðiː· græ'vʌ·tiː· ʌ·v ðiː· prɔ'blʌ·m UK: ðiː grævɪtiː ɔv ðiː prɔbləm
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