Sinónimos de inglés
(verbo) 
Definition
to plead with or press someone to do something
They urged parliament to approve plans for their reform programme.
Sinónimos
beg
I begged him to come back to England with me.
,
appeal to
,
exhort (formal)
Kennedy exhorted his listeners to turn away from violence.
,
press
The trade unions are pressing him to stand firm.
,
prompt
The recession has prompted consumers to cut back on buying cars.
,
plead
He was kneeling on the floor pleading for mercy.
,
put pressure on
,
lean on
,
solicit
She was soliciting a donation from a rich tycoon.
,
goad
He goaded me into taking direct action.
,
implore
`Tell me what to do!' she implored him.
,
enjoin
She enjoined me strictly not to tell anyone else.
,
beseech
She beseeched him to cut his drinking and smoking.
,
pressurize
He thought she was trying to pressurize him into agreeing.
,
entreat
They entreated the audience to stay calm.
,
twist someone's arm (informal)
,
put the heat on (informal)
,
put the screws on (informal)
(verbo) 
Definition
to advocate earnestly and persistently
He urged restraint on the security forces.
Sinónimos
advocate
They advocate fewer government controls on business.
,
suggest
I suggest you ask him some specific questions about his past.
,
recommend
I recommend that you consult your doctor.
,
advise
I would strongly advise against it.
,
back
He is backed by the civic movement.
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support
I've supported Newcastle all my life.
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champion
He passionately championed the poor.
,
counsel
My advisors counselled me to do nothing.
,
insist on
,
endorse
I can endorse this statement wholeheartedly.
,
push for
Antónimos
, ,
dissuade
, ,
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a strong impulse, inner drive, or yearning
He had an urge to open a shop of his own.
Sinónimos
impulse
I resisted an impulse to smile.
,
longing
He felt a longing for the familiar.
,
wish
Clearly she had no wish for his company.
,
desire
I had a strong desire to help and care for people.
,
fancy
His interest was just a passing fancy.
,
drive
Hunger is one of the most basic and primitive drives of human behaviour.
,
yen (informal)
Mike had a yen to try cycling.
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hunger
He has a hunger for success that seems bottomless.
,
appetite
our growing appetite for scandal
,
craving
I had a sudden craving for a cheese sandwich.
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yearning
He spoke of his yearning for another child.
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itch (informal)
an insatiable itch to switch from channel to channel
,
thirst
their ever-growing thirst for cash
,
compulsion
He felt a compulsion to talk about his sporting achievements all the time.
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hankering
Have you always had a hankering to be an actress?
Antónimos

verbo frasal

See urge someone on

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of advise
Definition
to offer advice to
I would strongly advise against it.
in the sense of appetite
Definition
a liking or willingness
our growing appetite for scandal
in the sense of back
He is backed by the civic movement.
Sinónimos
aid,
side with,
stand up for,
stand behind,
stick up for (informal),
take up the cudgels for

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Life on the edge
The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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