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From Middle French urgent ‎(pressing, impelling), from Latin urgens, from urgere ‎(to press).

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urgent ‎(comparative more urgent, superlative most urgent)

  1. Requiring immediate attention.
    An urgent appeal was sent out for assistance.

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urgent m ‎(feminine singular urgente, masculine plural urgents, feminine plural urgentes)

  1. urgent

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