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Translation of "urgent" - English-Spanish dictionary

urgent

adjective   /ˈɜː·dʒənt/
B1 very important and needing you to take action immediately urgente an urgent message
urgently adverb /ˈɜː·dʒənt·li/
B1 urgentemente I need to speak to you urgently.
(Definition of urgent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

urgent

adjective /ˈəːdʒənt/
needing immediate attention urgente There is an urgent message for the doctor.
urgently adverb
urgentemente He was urgently rushed to hospital.
urgency noun
need for immediate action, speed etc urgencia This is a matter of great urgency.
(Definition of urgent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “urgent”
in Korean 긴급한…
in Arabic مُلِحّ, عاجِل…
in Malaysian penting…
in French urgent…
in Russian срочный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重要的, 緊急的,急迫的…
in Italian urgente…
in Turkish âcil, ivedi…
in Polish pilny…
in Vietnamese khẩn cấp, đòi hỏi sự chú ý…
in Portuguese urgente…
in Thai ที่จำเป็นเร่งด่วน…
in German dringend…
in Catalan urgent…
in Japanese 緊急の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 重要的, 紧急的,急迫的…
in Indonesian mendesak…
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