英 [ɜ:dʒ] 美 [ɜ:rdʒ]
及物动词 催促; 推进，驱策; 力劝，规劝; 极力主张
名词 刺激，冲动; 推动力
不及物动词 催促; 强烈要求，竭力主张
1. He urged the necessity for immediate action.
2. He urged its importance.
3. We urged the school team on with loud cheers.
4. He urged her to rest.
If you urge someone to do something, you try hard to persuade them to do it.
e.g. They urged parliament to approve plans for their reform programme...
e.g. He urged employers and trade unions to adapt their pay settlements to the economic circumstances.
If you urge someone somewhere, you make them go there by touching them or talking to them.
e.g. He slipped his arm around her waist and urged her away from the window...
e.g. 'Come on, Grace,' he was urging her, 'don't wait, hurry up.'
If you urge a course of action, you strongly advise that it should be taken.
e.g. He urged restraint on the security forces...
e.g. We urge vigorous action to be taken immediately.
If you have an urge to do or have something, you have a strong wish to do or have it.
e.g. He had an urge to open a shop of his own...
e.g. I have often talked about why we want to be mothers, but none of us can describe the urge exactly.
1. The examination-oriented education system being beneficial disadvantage benefit: Urge a student to be diligent at one's lessons, accumulate knowledge.
2. Accounting Oversight is one of the basic functions of accounting, which means in accordance with national laws and a variety of financial and economic policies, rules and regulations on the accounting supervision and proper use of accounting information on economic activity for a comprehensive coordination, control, supervision, To urge a view to increasing its economic benefits.
3. He urge d that they go to New York.
4. Calmer voices will now urge all sides to restart the six-party process, which has stalled since last autumn because North Korea has failed to commit to adequate verification of the nuclear programmes it has declared.
5. Calmer voices will now urge all sides to restart the six-partyprocess, which has stalled since last autumn because North Koreahas failed to commit to adequate verification of the nuclearprogrammes it has declared.