beyond definition

  • preposition:
    • regarding the far part of; last: Just beyond the fence.
    • later on than; after: beyond midnight.
    • To a qualification that is through the comprehension, achieve, or scope of: an evil beyond remedy.
    • To a qualification or amount greater than: rich beyond his wildest dreams.
    • as well as: asked for absolutely nothing beyond tranquility.
    • more away than.
    • From the far part of.
    • later on than; after.
    • higher than.
    • as well as.
    • past, or out-of-reach of
    • On the further side of; in identical direction as, and additional on or away than.
    • At a location or time perhaps not yet reached; before.
    • Past, out from the get to or sphere of; beyond; higher than.
    • In a qualification or quantity exceeding or surpassing; proceeding to a higher level than; above, like in self-esteem, excellence, or quality of all kinds.
  • adverb:
    • Farther along or away.
    • In addition; more: desired the woman share but nothing beyond.
    • Farther along or away.
    • Besides; more.
    • Further away; well away; yonder.
    • in the farther part through the observer
    • farther along in area or time or level
    • in addition
  • noun:
    • That which is previous or to a qualification more than understanding or experience; the unidentified: "Sputnik, initial satellite to go into the great beyond of space” ( Dale Russakoff).
    • society beyond death; the hereafter.
    • The unknown.
    • The hereafter.
    • That place or condition which lies on the other side; an event or life beyond our present life or experience: as, the great past.
  • others:
    • On or even another side of: as, beyond the river; beyond the horizon; “beyond that flaming mountain,”
    • more on than; more distant than: as, a mile beyond the lake; a hundred kilometers beyond Omaha; he never ever could easily get beyond quick equations.
    • Past with time; later on than: since, every day beyond the proper time.
    • At someplace or time maybe not however achieved by; prior to; ahead or perhaps in advance of.
    • Out of reach of; outside of the capability, limitations, or world of; past: as, beyond our energy; beyond comprehension; this is certainly beyond me personally.
    • Above; superior to; in or even a diploma which rivals, surpasses, or surpasses, such as dignity, quality, or quality of any kind.
    • above; more than; over and above.
    • At a distance; yonder.

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