Meaning of “beyond” - Learner’s Dictionary

beyond

preposition uk us /biˈjɒnd/
DISTANCE

B1 on the other side of something:

Our house is just beyond the bridge.
TIME

B1 continuing after a particular time or date:

A lot of people now live beyond the age of 80.
beyond belief/repair/recognition, etc

B2 impossible to believe/repair/recognize, etc:

Steven had changed beyond all recognition.
NOT UNDERSTAND informal

If something is beyond you, you cannot understand it:

Computer studies is completely beyond me.
It's beyond me why anyone would want to buy that house.
EXCEPT

except for:

She said very little beyond the occasional 'yes' and 'no'.
INVOLVING OTHERS

involving or affecting other things or people than the ones you have talked about:

You should try to develop interests beyond the family.

(Definition of “beyond preposition” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)