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Is there a cool slang way to say "no problem" in Japanese?

Kass Yassin Kass Yassin (0) on 19/11/14

Or anything similar.. I'm looking for an idea for a startup name, and would like to reflect the idea of solving a problem or helping someone out

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You can also say, mondai nai or tondemo nai.

The first one literally means no problem in a casual way.

The second one usually has a negative connotation, but when used after someone does something for you means something more like "no worries" or "not at all".

Hope that helps!

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Catric Hedalgo Catric Hedalgo (1) on 12/12/18

nice

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I don't know of any cool slang, but a normal expression is "kamaimasen." This gets shortened to "kaman yo" in some dialects when people are being really friendly.

Another idea is "don main" which comes from English, "don't mind".

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Kass Yassin Kass Yassin (0) on 21/11/14

Great answer!
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Doitashimashite!

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