turtki, sabab, istak, biror ishga otlantiruvchi, ilhomlantiruvchi narsakeltirmoq, shoshiltirmoq, undamoq, qo'zg'amoq, majbur qilmoq
Noun(1) an instinctive motive(2) a strong restless desire
Verb(1) force or impel in an indicated direction(2) push for something(3) spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts
(1) I resisted the strong urge to test his brow for evidence of a high fever.(2) I glowered, having a strong urge to turn away from him, but I knew that he intended well.(3) The weight presses down on you as the signs urge you onwards.(4) I would just urge a bit of caution around the tightening of that parameter.(5) With the magazine warning the globe is sitting on the biggest bubble ever, it is time to urge caution.(6) If I visit shops or vendors that do not offer fixed prices, I always feel a strong urge to bargain.(7) The game still looked in the balance and Rhodes continued to urge Kendal on with his constant ranting from the back.(8) Larenia giggled after she finished saying this and I had the strong urge to giggle with her.(9) I glowered at him and felt an impulsive urge to hit him over his egotistical head with a pillow.(10) But the incredibly strong urge to make connections, to avoid being alone, is difficult to extinguish.(11) The director recalls that this sparked off the strong urge to do something significant.(12) A fire outbreak would be used as a reason to knock on doors and urge residents to check on smoke alarms.(13) With a strong urge to serve the society more effectively, he entered the civil services.(14) I had a stream of ideas seemingly out of nowhere, that I didn't recognise as my own, and felt the strong urge to write them down.(15) Jade herself fought an immediately strong urge to flee as fast as her legs would take her.(16) the urge for revenge
(1) to urge :: sabab uchun
1. desire ::
2. itch ::
3. impulse ::
4. encourage ::
6. advise ::
7. recommend ::
8. exhort ::
Different Formsurge, urged, urges, urging
Word Example from TV Shows
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I URGE you not to make a hasty decision.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 6
But l do feel the URGE
to ask you,
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 2
The URGE to bang my head against the wall
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 10
I spend so much energy
fighting the URGE not to use...
Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 11
Bernadette's URGE to shun, scowl...
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 19
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