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beyond

preposition
 
 
/biˈjɒnd/
DISTANCE B1 on the other side of something
ötede, yan tarafında
Our house is just beyond the bridge.Ahead, in front and beyond
TIME B1 continuing after a particular time or date
den sonra, akabinde
A lot of people now live beyond the age of 80.Before, after and alreadyAfter and behind
beyond belief/repair/recognition, etc B2 impossible to believe/repair/recognize, etc
inanması/tamiri/tanınması vb. imkansız
Steven had changed beyond all recognition.Impossible and improbable
NOT UNDERSTAND informal If something is beyond you, you cannot understand it.
birinin algılama/anlama düzeyinin ötesinde
It's beyond me why anyone would want to buy that house.Understanding and comprehending
EXCEPT except for
ayrıca, dışında, hariç
She said very little beyond the occasional 'yes' and 'no'.Excluding
INVOLVING OTHERS involving or affecting other things or people than the ones you have talked about
mevcut olanları/bahsedilenlerin dışında
You should try to develop interests beyond the family.Also, extra, and in addition
(Definition of beyond preposition from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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