favqulodda, shoshilinch, kechiktirib bo'lmaydiganzarur
Adjective(1) compelling immediate action
(1) They have worked in dreadful conditions for years and this is a very urgent situation.(2) Any symptoms that affect your mental health require urgent medical attention.(3) Building an independent, rank and file network across the unions becomes all the more urgent in this situation.(4) Such matters require urgent national and international publicity and review.(5) It is urgent that immediate action is taken to protect the graves.(6) 'Help!', she shouted in an urgent voice.(7) With half of India set to live in cities by 2020, he says the need to engage urban voters is urgent .(8) We also subsidise veterinary fees for the people of Bolton and districts that require urgent help and have done so for many years.(9) If the situation seemed urgent , the receptionist would notify the police or emergency centre.(10) The question of professional refereeing is an urgent issue that needs immediate attention.(11) Our challenges in health care and nursing continue to be more immediate and urgent .(12) We have the shoppers and the school cars and urgent additional parking is required.(13) Further attacks remain a real possibility, so action to protect our citizens is urgent .(14) The child required urgent medical attention but did not develop long term adverse effects.(15) Scott says that the reasons which were mooted two years ago for the merger remain the same today, only now they're more urgent .(16) the roof is in need of urgent repairs
(1) very urgent :: juda dolzarb
1. acute ::
2. insistent ::
3. pressing ::
Different Formsurgent, urgently
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