Do the following sentences have the same meaning?
No problem / never mind
- Land-sharkLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
No. 'No problem' when used as a short reply, means that the person is in a position to deal with the issue. 'Never mind' is a more dismissive or patronising statement. It's like: 'OK, I'll do it anyway and don't need your help'.
- RPLv 74 weeks ago
No problem could mean forget it or it could be taken literally.
- robert2020Lv 64 weeks ago
No. Not exactly. A lack of a problem isn't the same thing as saying. It doesn't matter. 'Never mind', means that the situation won't affect what is being done.
But both can be used to signify, all is good. And things can proceed.Source(s): American English speaker.
- busterwasmycatLv 74 weeks ago
not really, but both can be used to indicate that there is nothing more that needs to be done.