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prob

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Pronunciation: /prɒb
 
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Definition of prob in English:

noun

informal
A problem: there’s no prob
More example sentences
  • Grinding can cause serious probs - broken or cracked teeth, gum problems, tooth sensitivity and even loose teeth.
  • It had been an odd and worrying day, and sleeping was a bit of a prob.
  • Two probs, tho: it's a bit of a nerdy manoeuvre, and I don't know any big words.

Origin

1930s: abbreviation.

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