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  1. beyond

    • IPA[bɪˈjɒnd]


    • prep.
      at or to the further side of;outside the physical limits or range of
    • adv.
      at or to the further side of something;more extensive or extreme than a particular point
    • n.
      the unknown, especially in references to life after death
    • 釋義


    • 1. at or to the further side of he pointed to a spot beyond the trees around half the passengers were in transit to destinations beyond Paris 同義詞 on the far side of, on the farther side of, on the other side of, further on than, behind, ... 更多
    • outside the physical limits or range of the hook that held the chandelier was beyond her reach the land sloped away until far beyond sight it reached the Great Plains
    • more extensive or extreme than; further-reaching than the authority of the inspectors goes beyond ordinary police powers what these children go through is far beyond what most adults endure in a lifetime
    • 2. happening or continuing after (a specified time or event) many people work well beyond the age of sixty-five we can manage another two years, but beyond that the system is not viable 同義詞 later than, past, after
    • 3. having progressed or achieved more than (a specified stage or level) we need to get beyond square one he failed to rise beyond the rank of Undersecretary
    • above or greater than (a specified amount) absenteeism had gone beyond 15% 同義詞 greater than, more than, exceeding, in excess of, above, ... 更多
    • 4. to or in a degree or condition where a specified action is impossible the landscape has changed beyond recognition their integrity is beyond question 同義詞 outside the range of, beyond the power/capacity of, outside the limitations of, surpassing
    • too much for (someone) to achieve or understand the questions were well beyond the average adult I did something that I thought was beyond me
    • 5. apart from; except beyond telling us that she was well educated, he has nothing to say about her there was little vegetation beyond scrub and brush 同義詞 apart from, except, other than



    • 1. the unknown, especially in references to life after death messages from the beyond