Word: urge

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Synonyms: urge

desire, wish, need, compulsion, longing, yearning, hankering, craving, appetite, hunger, thirst, fancy, impulse, impetus, yen, itch

Translations: urge

spanish
apresurar, instar


german
befürworten, impuls, anstoß, verlangen, empfehlen, ...

french
exhortent, exhorter, exhortons, hâter, persuader, ...

italian
urgere

portuguese
instar, urbano, urgir

dutch
aanvuren, aanwakkeren, aansporen

russian
понуждать, позыв, стихия, стремление, натиск, ...

norwegian
oppfordre, oppfordrer, trang, ber, presse

swedish
mana

finnish
kannustaa, tarve, suositella, sysäys, usuttaa

danish
nøde

czech
podněcovat, popohnat, zdůrazňovat, pobídnout, hnát, ...

polish
namawiać, naglić, parcie, przynaglać, nalegać, ...

turkish
dürtü, çağırıyorum, teşvik, çağrısı, çağırıyoruz

greek
παρόρμηση, παροτρύνω, παρακινώ

ukrainian
спонукати, спонука

albanian
nxis, thirrje, nxisim, kërkoj, i kërkojnë

bulgarian
призовавам, призоваваме, призове, призова, призовават

belarusian
падахвочваць, заахвочваць, пабуджаць, заахвоціць, схіляць

estonian
tung

croatian
požurivati, ubrzavati, nagovarati, tjerati

icelandic
hvet, hvetja, hvetjum, hvöt, að hvetja

latin
urgeo

lithuanian
paraginti, ragina, raginti, raginame, primygtinai

latvian
rekomendēt, ieteikt

macedonian
повикувам, поттикнуваме, повикуваме, поттикнувам, повикуваат

romanian
îndemn, îndemne, îndemna, îndemnăm, să îndemne

slovenian
pozivam, pozivamo, pozvati, pozivajo

slovak
naliehať

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The meaning and "use of": urge

noun
  • a strong desire or impulse.

verb
  • try earnestly or persistently to persuade (someone) to do something.

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