Note that "no problem" is really short for "There is no problem". In Spanish, that is "No hay problema".
"Ningun problema" or "no hay problema" is the Spanish equivalent of "no problem".
No problem literally translates to "no problemo" in Spanish. A more proper way to say this would be, "No es un problemo," or, "It isn't a problem."
In Mexico, this is slang for "No problem!" or the Spanish equivalent of the English "No problem-o".
the Comanche where the main problem for the Spanish to colonize Texas
No hay problema.
The problem was that the spanish armada were attacked by the english people
No hay problema Está bien
No hay cuidado / problema.
Problema in English means problem.
It means "what problem?"
¿Qué es tú problema?
It means to solve a problem or something.
it means: there is a problem
No es mi problema.
Bueno, no hay problema
Una problema grande.
No. No Problemo is an English approximation of how one would say "no problem". This was popularized in the Schwarzenegger movie "Terminator 2: Judgement Day" The comment "no problem" translates to Spanish as "without a problem" - Sin problema. Notice it's problema, not problemo.
The word "foot" in Spanish, translates to "pie." If you have a foot problem, you should see a doctor. We have two feet.