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    hello every body,

    what is correct in urgent need FOR or in urgent need OF ?

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    Re: question

    urgent need of something.


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    what is correct in urgent need FOR or in urgent need OF ?
    We need more context.

    "There is an urgent need for action"
    "I am in urgent need of assistance"

    Are both correct, yet would be incorrect if the other form was used in each sentence.

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