简明英汉词典

urge
[E:dV]
vt.
催促, 力劝
n.
强烈欲望, 迫切要求
v.
促进

美国传统词典[双解]

urge
urge
AHD:[?rj]
D.J.[*8d9]
K.K.[)d9]
v.(动词)
urgedurg.ingurg.es
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To force or drive forward or onward; impel.
推进,驱策:(使)向前或继续前进;驱策

(2)

To entreat earnestly and often repeatedly; exhort.
恳求,规劝:恳切,通常重复地恳求;规劝

(3)

To advocate earnestly the doing, consideration, or approval of; press for:
极力主张,强烈要求:竭力做、考虑或赞同;竭力推行:
urge passage of the bill; a speech urging moderation.
竭力推行这个议案的通过;极力主张适度的讲演

(4)

To stimulate; excite:
剌激;使兴奋:
“It urged him to an intensity like madness”(D.H. Lawrence)
“这使他陷入一种发狂的状态”(D.H.劳伦斯)

(5)

To move or impel to action, effort, or speed; spur.
催促,力劝:促使行动、努力或加速;剌激
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To exert an impelling force; push vigorously.
催促:成为驱动力;竭力推动

(2)

To present a forceful argument, claim, or case.
强烈要求:竭力主张,竭力要求,提出充足理由
n.(名词)

(1)

The act of urging.
驱策,鼓动

(2)

An impulse that prompts action or effort:
骓动力:推动行动或努力的剌激:
suppressed an urge to laugh.
压制住笑的冲动

(3)

An involuntary tendency to perform a given activity; an instinct:
冲动,本能:不由自主地要干某事的趋势;本能:
“There is a human urge to clarify, rationalize, justify”(Leonard Bernstein)
“有要澄清、阐释和辨明的人的本能冲动”(伦纳德·伯恩斯坦)

语源
Latin urg?e
拉丁语 urg?e

参考词汇

(1)

urgepressexhortprodprick

(2)

These verbs mean to constrain or impel to action.
这些动词指限制或促使行动。

(3)

Urge implies strong pressure or persuasion:
Urge 指有强大的压力或说服力:
“Urged by an extreme necessity, he had come there to steal food” (Joseph Conrad).
“在极度需要的驱策下,他才去那里偷食物” (约瑟夫·康拉德)。
We urged her to reconsider the offer, but she refused.
我们竭力地怂恿她再一次地考虑这个提议,但她拒绝了。

(4)

Press suggests greater insistence, urgency, or importunity:
Press 暗示了极强的坚持、急迫或紧迫:
“Isaacs hesitated long, but as everyone pressed him in turn, he yielded at last” (Francis Marion Crawford).
“艾萨克斯犹豫了很长时间,但在每个人轮流向他施压的情况下,他最终屈服了” (弗兰西斯·玛丽昂·克劳福德)。

(5)

Exhort stresses the use of earnest, urgent, often stirring admonition, advice, or appeal:
Exhort 强调用于恳切的、迫近的并通常令人激动的劝说、意见或请求:
“He exhorted his crews to take a good night's rest, wind up their family affairs, and make their wills” (Washington Irving). To prod is to goad to action as if by poking with a pointed instrument:
“他劝告船员在晚上要好好地休息,结束家庭事务并且立好遗嘱” (华盛顿·欧文)。Prod 是指如用有尖的工具来刺激人的行动:
“She reverted to her resolution to change the town—awaken it, prod it, ‘reform’ it” (Sinclair Lewis).
“他重新下定决心要改变这个城镇——唤醒它、剌激它并‘改良’它” (辛克莱·路易斯)。

(6)

Prick suggests driving as if with a spur:
Prick 暗指似用刺激物来驱使:
“Honor pricks me on” (Shakespeare).
“荣誉激励我前进” (莎士比亚)

现代英汉词典

urge
[\:dV]
vt.
urged, urging

(1)

驱策,赶(马等)

(2)

催促;怂恿
He urged her to rest.
他催促她休息。
When my old friend Brian urged me to accept a cigarette, it was more than I could bear.
当我的老朋友布赖恩怂恿我接受一支香烟时,我实在熬不住了。

(3)

(常与on, upon连用)强调
He urged its importance.
他强调其重要性。

词性变化

urge
n.
迫切要求;强烈的欲望
I had an urge to see him.
我迫切希望见到他。

现代英汉综合大辞典

urge
[E:dV]
vt.

(1)

推进; 驱策; 赶(马等)

(2)

催促, 劝告; 怂恿

(3)

强迫, 逼迫

(4)

奖励; 鼓励

(5)

极力主张; 强烈要求; 号召

(6)

苦练; 使劲干

(7)

加(负)荷
urge a horse on [onward]
赶马往前跑
He urged her to study physics.
他极力劝她学习物理。
She urges me to take steps in the matter.
她催我处理此事。
He urged the necessity for immediate action.
他极力主张马上采取必要的行动。

词性变化

urge
[E:dV]
vi.

(1)

极力主张; 强烈要求

(2)

驱动

(3)

恳求, 竭力建议
n.

(1)

强烈的愿望; 冲动

(2)

推动力
the sex urge
性冲动
He has an urge to become a cinema star.
他渴望当一名电影明星。

习惯用语

urge against
极力反对

urge... into doing [to do]
催促[怂恿]...做

urge on [onward, forward]
推进; 驱策

urge sth. on [upon] sb.
向某人极力陈述某事

用法词典

urge
来自拉丁语 urgere

英文相关词典

urge
advise    agitate    coax    drive    force    goad    incite    plead    press    pressure    prod    prompt    provoke    push    spur    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

urge
推进;催促

美国传统词典

urge
urge
AHD:[?rj]
D.J.[*8d/]
K.K.[)d/]
v.
urged, urg.ing, urg.es
v.tr.

(1)

To force or drive forward or onward; impel.

(2)

To entreat earnestly and often repeatedly; exhort.

(3)

To advocate earnestly the doing, consideration, or approval of; press for:
urge passage of the bill; a speech urging moderation.

(4)

To stimulate; excite:
“It urged him to an intensity like madness”(D.H. Lawrence)

(5)

To move or impel to action, effort, or speed; spur.
v.intr.

(1)

To exert an impelling force; push vigorously.

(2)

To present a forceful argument, claim, or case.
n.

(1)

The act of urging.

(2)

An impulse that prompts action or effort:
suppressed an urge to laugh.

(3)

An involuntary tendency to perform a given activity; an instinct:
“There is a human urge to clarify, rationalize, justify”(Leonard Bernstein)

语源
Latin urg?e

参考词汇

(1)

urge, press, exhort, prod, prick

(2)

These verbs mean to constrain or impel to action.

(3)

Urge implies strong pressure or persuasion:
“Urged by an extreme necessity, he had come there to steal food” (Joseph Conrad).
We urged her to reconsider the offer, but she refused.

(4)

Press suggests greater insistence, urgency, or importunity:
“Isaacs hesitated long, but as everyone pressed him in turn, he yielded at last” (Francis Marion Crawford).

(5)

Exhort stresses the use of earnest, urgent, often stirring admonition, advice, or appeal:
“He exhorted his crews to take a good night's rest, wind up their family affairs, and make their wills” (Washington Irving). To prod is to goad to action as if by poking with a pointed instrument:
“She reverted to her resolution to change the town—awaken it, prod it, ‘reform’ it” (Sinclair Lewis).

(6)

Prick suggests driving as if with a spur:
“Honor pricks me on” (Shakespeare).

英汉电信大词典

urge
n.加负荷

英汉法学大词典

urge
v.催办

英汉航空大词典

urge
n.催促,强迫

英汉化学大词典

urge
vt.催促,推动,加荷,促使;n.催促,推动力,强调

英汉计算机大词典

urge
vt.催促(推动,加荷;n.催促(推动力,强调)

英汉机械大词典

urge
n.推动,加负荷

英汉汽车大词典

urge
n.推动,加负荷,主张

英汉水利大词典

urge
n.推动,激励,加荷

英汉心理学大词典

urge
内躯力

基本词义

urge
冲动

英汉医学大词典

urge
n.压迫,驱动

英汉中医大词典

urge
n.欲望,冲动,促使

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