Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Urge"

The meaning of "Urge" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does she fought the urge to roll her eyes mean?
A: Yes. You rolled your eyes at the other person because you are annoyed with that person because you don't agree with what the other person is saying or doing or you just don't like the other person
Q: What does the urge to be someplace else was on me mean?
A: It means "I want to leave quickly/I need to be far away from here."

Explanation:

The noun "urge" means "strong need/want/feeling." It has the nuance of being quick, hurried (like 빨리 빨리), and very hard to control.
"To be someplace else" means "leave" or "to be in a different place/location." It has the nuance of being anywhere in the world (the most important part is being far away from the current place/here."

Together, it means "strong need to leave (far away, quickly)."

"Was on me," in this context, means the "strong need to leave" is happening to the writer. The writer felt that emotion deeply.
Q: What does urge mean?
A: Urge means a strong desire or need.
Q: What does urge mean?
A: @hanina: it's a next way of saying you want to do something or you feel to have something
Q: What does urge to do mean?
A: It means a strong feeling to do something.

Examples :
'When I see the little boy crying, I have the urge to hug him.'

'I feel the urge to tell him about the plan though I am suppose to keep it secret.

Example sentences using "Urge"

Q: Please show me example sentences with urge.
A: "He felt the sudden urge to eat, so he did."
"I'm not a bad person but sometimes I feel the urge to kill someone.
Q: Please show me example sentences with urge.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with urge.
A: I have the urge to go to the bathroom.
Q: Please show me example sentences with urge.
A: "My friend had a sudden urge to vomit when he saw blood."

"I urge you not to eat undercooked eggs."

"If you have an urge to try something new, go for it!"

Synonyms of "Urge" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between urge and insistent ?
A: Urge
1. As a noun - a strong wish, especially one that is difficult or impossible to control
- The two of them seem unable to control their sexual urges.
-The urge to steal is very strong in some of these young men.
2. As a verb - to advise someone very strongly about what action or attitude they should take
- The United Nations has urged them to honour the peace treaty.
- We urge that systems be put in place to prevent such accidents.


Insistent
Saying very firmly that something must happen or that something is true.
- She was absolutely insistent on getting her money by tomorrow.
- John was insistent that we shouldn’t tell anyone else about our plans.
Q: What is the difference between urge and desire ?
A: no problem! Here are some examples:

I urge you to call the hospital.

Suddenly, I have the urge to eat cake.

Resist the urge to stratch your wound please.

What do you desire?

My biggest desire is to travel to Japan.

I desire beautiful skin.
Q: What is the difference between urge and insist ?
A: "urge"(v.) is a strong *suggestion

"insist" is a demand
Q: What is the difference between urge and craving ?
A: An urge is an impulse that can be forgotten or fought off as quickly as they are formed, while a craving once it grabs you takes a whole lot of will power to fight and is usually for something totally bad for you; chocolate ice cream, potato chips. An urge can have you WANT to go to McDonalds while a craving has it where you MUST go to McDonalds with one easier to resist than the other. Hope this explanation helps.
Q: What is the difference between urge and insist ?
A: The word insist can also be used as a response to something for example

Friend- I don’t think I can buy this dress
You- It’s okay I’ll pay for it
Friend- Are you sure?
You- I insist

Translations of "Urge"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I didn't have any urge to eat food even though there was attempting food places around me.
A: I didn't have any urge to eat (or you can say "an appetite") even though there were tempting food places around me.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? urge
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? urge
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Other questions about "Urge"

Q: I urge to work by myself . does this sound natural?
A: I HAVE THE urge to work by myself.
Q: I sometimes get the urge to leave the company, such as when working there alone late in the night. does this sound natural?
A: I sometimes get the urge to leave the company, one of the reasons being that I sometimes have to work there alone late at night.
Q: I have urge too much about studing English. does this sound natural?
A: I would say "I have the urge to study English too much." I hope that helps😊
Q: Sometimes, I get an urge to have curry and rice. does this sound natural?
A: You could also say that you sometimes have a craving for curry and rice.
Q: I'm too tired out to fight off the urge to sleep. does this sound natural?
A: Remove the word out, or use "worn out"

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