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Definición de “urgent” en inglés

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urgentadjective

uk   /ˈɜː.dʒənt/  us   /ˈɝː-/

urgent adjective (IMPORTANT)

B1 needing attention very soon, especially before anything else, because important: He's got to sign that paper - will you tell him it's urgent? The most urgent thing in a fire is to make sure everyone is out of the building. Many people are in urgent need of food and water.
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urgent adjective (REPEATED)

formal (especially of a person's actions) repeated and determined in trying to get or do something: His urgent pleas of innocence made no difference to the judge's decision.
urgency
noun [U] uk   us   /-dʒən.si/
It now is a matter of urgency that aid reaches the famine area.
urgently
adverb uk   us   /-li/
B1 Help is urgently needed.
Traducciones de “urgent”
en árabe مُلِحّ, عاجِل…
en coreano 긴급한…
in Malaysian penting…
en francés urgent…
en turco âcil, ivedi…
en italiano urgente…
en chino (tradicionál) 重要的, 緊急的,急迫的…
en ruso срочный…
en polaco pilny…
in Vietnamese khẩn cấp, đòi hỏi sự chú ý…
en español urgente…
en portugués urgente…
in Thai ที่จำเป็นเร่งด่วน…
en alemán dringend…
en catalán urgent…
en japonés 緊急の…
in Indonesian mendesak…
en chino (simplificado) 重要的, 紧急的,急迫的…
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