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BNC: 944 COCA: 746


1 beyond /biˈɑːnd/ adverb
1 beyond
Learner's definition of BEYOND
: on or to the farther part or side在(或往)更远处;在(或往)另一边
: to or until a later time迟于;晚于
: in addition此外
2 beyond /bɪˈɑːnd/ preposition
2 beyond
Learner's definition of BEYOND
: on or to the farther part or side of (something) : at a greater distance than (something)在…的另一边;远于
: outside the limits or range of (something) : more than (something)超出(范围)
◊ If you live beyond your means, you spend more money than you earn.入不敷出;超支
used to say that something cannot be changed, understood, etc.无法改变的;无法理解的
◊ If something is beyond you, you do not understand it.令人无法理解
: for a period of time that continues after (a particular date, age, etc.)迟于;晚于
: in addition to除了…以外

above and beyond

see 2above
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be·​yond bē-ˈänd How to pronounce beyond (audio)
: on or to the farther side : farther
We could see the valley and the hills beyond.
: in addition : besides
provides the essentials but nothing beyond


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: on or to the farther side of : at a greater distance than
beyond the horizon
: out of the reach or sphere (see sphere entry 1 sense 4b) of
a task beyond his strength
: in a degree or amount surpassing
beautiful beyond measure
: out of the comprehension of
his reasoning is beyond me
: in addition to : besides
doing work beyond his regular duties


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: something that lies on or to the farther side : something that lies beyond (see beyond entry 1 sense 1)
twenty miles back into the beyond R. W. Hatch
: something that lies outside the scope of ordinary experience
… there's a beyond that the mind can't see, and that's where the answers are. Robert Nathan
specifically : hereafter

Example Sentences

Adverb From the house we can see the valley and the hills beyond. We passed the hotel and drove a bit beyond to see the ocean. The children who are part of the study will be monitored through their school years and beyond. Preposition From the house we can see the valley and the mountains beyond it. The parking area is just beyond those trees. Our land extends beyond the fence to those trees. planets beyond our solar system His influence does not extend beyond this department. Noun who knows how we'll fare in the beyond? See More
Recent Examples on the Web
There must be a real, beyond-serviceable quarterback. Nick Canepacolumnist, San Diego Union-Tribune, 10 Sep. 2022 But luckily, all those guys survived and were able to carry on beyond and hopefully make it to future seasons of the show. Kristen Baldwin, EW.com, 9 Sep. 2022 With announcements and updates on the magic happening around the world in parks, on the high seas, at home, and beyond, attendees will get a behind-the-scenes look at the big dreams of Disney Imagineers. Jacob Siegal, BGR, 9 Sep. 2022 The collective’s output reflects global efforts to promote and preserve African histories, an increasing priority for institutions both in West Africa, and far beyond. Alice Kemp-habib, Vogue, 9 Sep. 2022 As part of Time and beyond, I’ve been involved in so many genres: R&B, pop, funk, dance, rock and even elements of country. Gail Mitchell, Billboard, 8 Sep. 2022 The future is to see the process work in Northeast Ohio, then consider scaling up and beyond, said Vann, who said the company is adding about 12 customers a week. Marc Bona, cleveland, 8 Sep. 2022 The inaugural launch of NASA’s Space Launch System, a powerful and complex rocket built to carry astronauts to the moon and beyond, won’t be getting off the ground just yet. WIRED, 5 Sep. 2022 Though how far beyond is unclear, since the rape and subsequent trial come in the last of five episodes (out of eight total) sent to critics. Daniel Fienberg, The Hollywood Reporter, 23 Aug. 2022
The immense volumes of calculations, reporting and payments has put a premium on automation at a scale far beyond the capabilities of most legacy systems. Paul Sweeting, Variety, 15 Sep. 2022 The signatories extend well beyond the Squad, including a number of New Democrats seemingly aggravated by Schumer taking their votes for granted. Kate Aronoff, The New Republic, 15 Sep. 2022 Hawley says the debate goes well beyond reproductive data. WIRED, 15 Sep. 2022 The problem, however, extends well beyond Twitter, according to an array of Silicon Valley engineers and experts. Elizabeth Dwoskin, Washington Post, 15 Sep. 2022 Bonjean spent a lot of her nearly two-hour argument talking about Kelly’s relationship with Jane and her family, which continued far beyond her alleged abuse as a minor and was approved by her parents. Megan Crepeau, Chicago Tribune, 14 Sep. 2022 And the precedents of CGM usage that companies, researchers, doctors and patients set right now could hold future implications far beyond one person or product. AZCentral.com, 14 Sep. 2022 China's dominance in the region is advancing with new strategies that go far beyond economic influence to encompass the political, military, security and even technological fields. Fox News, 13 Sep. 2022 The lessons learned from this unhappy history go far beyond the bedrock need for basic honesty on the part of our public officials. WSJ, 13 Sep. 2022
The warm and welcoming hotel staff went above-and-beyond to make every detail of my stay exceptional, from scheduling cars to arranging excursions and a top-notch tour guide. Elizabeth Brownfield, Forbes, 1 Aug. 2022 But beneath the creaky floorboards is a surprisingly touching story of love lost and found again, even from the great beyond. Meg Walters, EW.com, 28 July 2022 But the next chapters of life with the virus - and the choice of booster shots for the fall and beyond - will be complicated by the layers of immunity that now ripple through the population, laid down by past infections and vaccinations. Carolyn Y. Johnson, Anchorage Daily News, 23 Aug. 2022 Which is why a private race for understanding the great beyond is so much more appealing. John Tamny, Forbes, 17 Aug. 2022 San Diego actor Kandis Chappell stars as Roosevelt, telling stories about her life and work from the great beyond. San Diego Union-Tribune, 14 June 2022 J’Nai Bridges sang it with more conventional sentiment than had the fearlessly penetrating Hunt Lieberson, as love in the here and now and not in the eternal beyond. Los Angeles Times, 10 June 2022 The final gesture comes as a surprise: a sudden, brilliant cascade from opposite ends of the keyboard toward the center, a carillon from the beyond. New York Times, 9 June 2022 At a manor with a mysterious history, the eight members of the Midnight Club meet each night at midnight to tell sinister stories—and to look for signs of the supernatural from the beyond. Jennifer Ouellette, Ars Technica, 6 June 2022 See More

Word History


Adverb, Preposition, and Noun

Middle English, preposition & adverb, from Old English begeondan, from be- + geondan beyond, from geond yond — more at yond

First Known Use


before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1


before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1


14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

Time Traveler
The first known use of beyond was before the 12th century
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