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urge (URJ), urges, urged
1. To advise or to entreat someone strongly and earnestly to do something.
2. To advocate or to demand something emphatically; that is, to recommend or to advise something to be done with persistence: "She was urged to restrain her eating habits."
3. To press, to hasten, or to impel someone to complete a course of action.
4. Etymology: from Latin urgere, "to press hard, to push, to drive, to compel".
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