beyond

beyond
I [bɪ'jɒnd]
preposizione
1) (in space) al di là di, oltre [border, region, sea, mountain range]

beyond the city walls — (but close) fuori le mura; (covering greater distance) oltre le mura della città

just beyond the tower — appena dopo la torre

2) (in time) oltre, dopo

well beyond midnight — ben oltre la mezzanotte

beyond the age of 11 — dopo gli 11 anni

to go beyond a deadline — andare oltre o non rispettare una scadenza

3) (outside the range of)

beyond one's means — superiore ai propri mezzi

beyond all hope — al di là di ogni speranza

beyond one's control — fuori dal proprio controllo

he is beyond help — non si può più fare niente per lui

to be wise beyond one's years — essere molto maturo per la propria età

4) (above)

to be beyond sb.'s ability — [task, activity] essere al di sopra delle proprie capacità

to be beyond sb. — [task, activity] superare le capacità o possibilità di qcn.

it's beyond me! — non ci arrivo (a capirlo)!

it's beyond me how she manages — non riesco a capire come possa farcela

5) (other than) eccetto, salvo, oltre a

we know little about it beyond the fact that — ne sappiamo poco se non che

II [bɪ'jɒnd]
avverbio
1) (in space)

in the room beyond — nella stanza accanto, di là

beyond there was a garden — oltre c'era un giardino

as far as London and beyond — fino a Londra e oltre

2) (in time) oltre

up to the year 2000 and beyond — fino all'anno 2000 e oltre

III [bɪ'jɒnd]
congiunzione a parte

there was little I could do beyond reassuring him that — non ho potuto fare molto tranne rassicurarlo che

IV [bɪ'jɒnd]
nome

the beyond — l'aldilà

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in the back of beyond — in capo al mondo, a casa del diavolo

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Note:
Beyond is often used with a noun to produce expressions like beyond doubt, beyond a joke, beyond the bounds of etc. For translations of these and similar expressions where beyond means outside the range of, consult the appropriate noun entry (doubt, joke, bounds etc.). See also 3 below
* * *
[bi'jond]
preposition
1) (on the farther side of: My house is just beyond those trees.) oltre, al di là di
2) (farther on than (something) in time or place: I cannot plan beyond tomorrow.) al di là di
3) (out of the range, power etc of: beyond help.) oltre
4) (other than: What is there to say beyond what's already been said?) oltre, più di
- beyond expectation
- beyond one's means
* * *
I [bɪ'jɒnd]
preposizione
1) (in space) al di là di, oltre [border, region, sea, mountain range]

beyond the city walls — (but close) fuori le mura; (covering greater distance) oltre le mura della città

just beyond the tower — appena dopo la torre

2) (in time) oltre, dopo

well beyond midnight — ben oltre la mezzanotte

beyond the age of 11 — dopo gli 11 anni

to go beyond a deadline — andare oltre o non rispettare una scadenza

3) (outside the range of)

beyond one's means — superiore ai propri mezzi

beyond all hope — al di là di ogni speranza

beyond one's control — fuori dal proprio controllo

he is beyond help — non si può più fare niente per lui

to be wise beyond one's years — essere molto maturo per la propria età

4) (above)

to be beyond sb.'s ability — [task, activity] essere al di sopra delle proprie capacità

to be beyond sb. — [task, activity] superare le capacità o possibilità di qcn.

it's beyond me! — non ci arrivo (a capirlo)!

it's beyond me how she manages — non riesco a capire come possa farcela

5) (other than) eccetto, salvo, oltre a

we know little about it beyond the fact that — ne sappiamo poco se non che

II [bɪ'jɒnd]
avverbio
1) (in space)

in the room beyond — nella stanza accanto, di là

beyond there was a garden — oltre c'era un giardino

as far as London and beyond — fino a Londra e oltre

2) (in time) oltre

up to the year 2000 and beyond — fino all'anno 2000 e oltre

III [bɪ'jɒnd]
congiunzione a parte

there was little I could do beyond reassuring him that — non ho potuto fare molto tranne rassicurarlo che

IV [bɪ'jɒnd]
nome

the beyond — l'aldilà

••

in the back of beyond — in capo al mondo, a casa del diavolo

••
Note:
Beyond is often used with a noun to produce expressions like beyond doubt, beyond a joke, beyond the bounds of etc. For translations of these and similar expressions where beyond means outside the range of, consult the appropriate noun entry (doubt, joke, bounds etc.). See also 3 below

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