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How would you say no problem in japanese

Would it be fine to just say いいえ もんだい (問題 ) or is there another way that you should say it?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
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    It depends. If you are saying "no problem" in response to someone saying "thank you" then you would say「どういたしまして」。
    If you are saying "no problem" in response to someone asking you if there's a problem you could say 「問題(もんだい)ない」。Lit. "There is no problem."

    大丈夫だ、問題ない No problem,everything is OK.

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