v. 恳求; 乞讨; （狗）用后腿站立; 请求原谅
If you beg someone to do something, you ask them very anxiously or eagerly to do it.
I begged him to come back to England with me...
I begged to be allowed to leave...
If someone who is poor is begging, they are asking people to give them food or money.
I was surrounded by people begging for food...
There are thousands like him in Los Angeles, begging on the streets and sleeping rough...
You say 'I beg to differ' when you are politely emphasizing that you disagree with someone.
If you say that something is going begging, you mean that it is available but no one is using it or accepting it.
There is other housing going begging in town.
If you say that something begs a particular question, you mean that it makes people want to ask that question; some people consider that this use is incorrect.
Hopewell's success begs the question: why aren't more companies doing the same?
If you say that something begs a particular question, you mean that it assumes that the question has already been answered and so does not deal with it.
The research begs a number of questions.
1. call upon in supplication; entreat;
2. make a solicitation or entreaty for something; request urgently or persistently;
3. ask to obtain free;
ask, beg, demand, require, request, implore, claim, pray, entreat
plead, appeal, beg, petition, entreat, pray
beg one's bread
beg the question
beg to differ
He went to his neighbour to beg for some milk to feed the motherless baby.
I took the opportunity of her being from home, to beg to speak to you.'
I beg your pardon ( but would you repeat what you said )?
对不起,请你再讲一遍好 吗 ?
May I beg some time of you?
我能占用你一点时间 吗 ?
I beg your pardon, I never said that at all.