Urge meaning in English | Easy explanation | Indian dictionary

Urge meaning in English: In this article, the meaning of the word ‘Urge’ is explained in easy English with examples, along with its synonyms and antonyms.

‘Urge’ pronunciation= arj

Urge meaning in English

‘Urge’ means a strong desire to do something or get something.

1. If you have a desire for someone to do something, then try to persistently persuade him to do that work.

Urge- English meaning
Noun
strong desire
deep desire
impulse
requirement
request
stimulation
Verb 
to plead
to request
to induce
to inspire
to request
to force
to compel
push too hard

Urge-Example

The word ‘Urge’ functions as a Noun and Verb.

The past tense of the word ‘Urge’ is ‘Urged’ and its present tense is ‘Urging’.

The plural noun of the word ‘Urge’ is ‘Urges’.

Sentences that can be formed using the word ‘Urge’ are as follows.

Examples:

▪ I urged my parents to buy a cycle for me.

▪ My wife urged me to quit smoking.

▪ I urge my wife for tea frequently.

▪ The teacher urged students to wear their masks.

▪ I feel a frequent urge to pee due to diabetes.

▪ Indian government urges people to follow corona guidelines.

▪ He controlled his urge to smoke cigarettes.

▪ Speaker politely urges the audience to switch off their mobile.

▪ His friends rejected his urge of wine drinking.

▪ Politely ticket checker urged everybody to show their tickets.

‘Urge’ other meanings

urge incontinence= Not able to hold or control, Urge incontinence happens when people have a sudden need to urinate and cannot hold their urine long enough to get to the toilet.

soul urge- inner characteristics of a person from his heart

inner urge- If you have a desire that someone to do something, you feel strongly about it.

irresistible urge- It is so powerful that it makes you act in a certain way

conative urge= Creative urge

resist the urge= Refuse to accept someone’s demand

resist the urge altogether= Completely refuse to accept someone’s demand altogether

strong urge= Strong insistence, Strong insistence to do something

urge to pee= Strong feeling to urinate

i urge you= I request you

i urge you to hold on= I request you to stop

overwhelmed urge= Anxious urge

natural urge= A strong desire

uncontrollable urge= A strong wish to do something

urge you to= Request you

‘Urge’ Synonyms-antonyms

The synonyms of the word ‘Urge’ are as follows.

desire
compulsion
craving
appetite
longing
urgency
lust
yearning
impulse
wish
need

The antonyms of the word ‘Urge’ are as follows.

hate
distaste
indifference
disgust
dislike

 

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