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urge (one) to (do something)
To prompt, compel, encourage, or plead with one to take some action. I was hesitant at first, but my wife urged me to testify. I urged her to write these stories down, as I was sure they'd make a great book.
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urge someone to do something
to try to get someone to do something. I urge you to give skiing a try. Ken urged Lily to finish her dinner.
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