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urgent

[ur-juhnt]
adjective
1.
compelling or requiring immediate action or attention; imperative; pressing: an urgent matter.
2.
insistent or earnest in solicitation; importunate, as a person: an urgent pleader.
3.
expressed with insistence, as requests or appeals: an urgent tone of voice.

Origin:
1490–1500; < Latin urgent- (stem of urgēns), present participle of urgēre to urge; see -ent

urgently, adverb
nonurgent, adjective
nonurgently, adverb
superurgent, adjective
superurgently, adverb
unurgent, adjective
unurgently, adverb
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urgent (ˈɜːdʒənt)
 
adj
1.  requiring or compelling speedy action or attention: the matter is urgent; an urgent message
2.  earnest and persistent
 
[C15: via French from Latin urgent-, urgens, present participle of urgēre to urge]
 
urgency
 
n
 
'urgently
 
adv

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urgent
1456, from M.Fr. urgent "pressing, impelling" (14c.), from L. urgentem (nom. urgens), prp. of urgere "to press hard, urge" (see urge). Urgency is from 1540.
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