Significado de “beyond” - en el Diccionario Inglés

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beyondpreposition, adverb

uk /biˈjɒnd/ us /biˈjɑːnd/

beyond preposition, adverb (FURTHER AWAY)

B1 further away in the distance (than something):

In the distance, beyond the river, was a small town.
From the top of the hill we could see our house and the woods beyond.

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beyond preposition, adverb (OUTSIDE A LIMIT)

B1 outside or after (a stated limit):

Few people live beyond the age of a hundred.
We cannot allow the work to continue beyond the end of the year.
I've got nothing to tell you beyond (= in addition to) what I told you earlier.
The repercussions will be felt throughout the industry and beyond (= in other areas).
Tonight's performance has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control (= events that we are unable to deal with).
She has always lived beyond her means (= spent more than she has earned).
go beyond sth

to be more than or not limited to something:

The appeal of this device goes beyond convenience.
beyond belief, repair, recognition, etc.

C2 too great or bad for anyone to believe, repair, recognize, etc.:

His thoughtlessness is beyond belief.
He survived the accident, but his car was damaged beyond repair.
beyond excited, serious, angry, etc.

informal extremely excited, serious, angry, etc.:

She says she is beyond excited to see her son for the first time in more than three years.
These days, I'm beyond happy.
beyond reasonable doubt UK US beyond a reasonable doubt

If a legal case or a person's guilt is proved beyond reasonable doubt, there is enough proof for the person accused of a crime to be judged guilty:

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beyond preposition, adverb (NOT UNDERSTAND)

be beyond sb

C1 informal If something is beyond you, you are unable to understand it:

Physics is completely beyond me.

(Definición de beyond del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

beyond en inglés americano

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beyondpreposition, adverb [ not gradable ]

us /biˈɑnd/

beyond preposition, adverb [ not gradable ] (FARTHER AWAY)

farther away in the distance than something:

Beyond the river was a small town.
From the top of the hill we could see our house and the woods beyond.

beyond preposition, adverb [ not gradable ] (OUTSIDE A LIMIT)

outside or after a stated limit:

Few people live beyond the age of a hundred.
Beyond a certain level of tiredness, it is impossible to work productively.
Tonight’s performance has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control.

Beyond also means more than:

I’ve got nothing to tell you beyond what I said earlier.
My job goes beyond teaching facts – my aim is to get children to think for themselves.

Beyond also means at a point where something could not be:

She has changed beyond recognition.
The car was damaged beyond repair.

(Definición de beyond del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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The environmental risk goes far beyond the damage to nature; pollution linked to discharges of toxic residue from medicinal products represents a risk to human health.
Anyone who took it upon themselves to go beyond that mandate and to start a war unilaterally would be defying the whole of the international community.
I nevertheless wish to emphasise that barely two years ago many of these proposals still appeared to be inaccessible and beyond reach but today form a solid and coherent whole.
What is beyond doubt is that those who cause damage to the environment in the course of their business have to accept responsibility for it.
The first extends the scope of criminal responsibility to behaviour resulting in substantial harm to people, beyond the limited criterion of death or serious injury.
The action that we can take today involves enforcing the right to control the use of public funds, far beyond promises and declarations.
Tax administration will have a positive impact on small and medium-sized businesses, since it will facilitate the expansion of activity beyond national borders.
As a result of trade liberalisation, farming is now much more vulnerable to specific risks and crises that are beyond the farmers’ control.
All these fingerprints show that we have had collaboration that has gone beyond the expression of intention and has delivered a real political result.
In addition, it has rejected a certain number of amendments because they go beyond the scope of what can reasonably be achieved during this revision process.