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Pronunciation of Beyond: Learn how to pronounce Beyond in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word beyond:

preposition & adverb
1at or to the further side of:
[as preposition]:
he pointed to a spot beyond the concealing trees
[as adverb]:
from south of Dortmund as far as Essen and beyond
[preposition] outside the physical limits or range of:
the hook which held the chandelier was beyond her reach
more extensive or extreme than; further-reaching than:
[as preposition]:
what these children go through is far beyond what most adults endure in a lifetime
the authority of the inspectors goes beyond ordinary police powers
[as adverb]:
pushing the laws to their limits and beyond
2happening or continuing after (a specified time, stage, or event):
[as preposition]:
training beyond the age of 14
[as adverb]:
music going on into the night and beyond
3having progressed or achieved more than (a specified stage or level):
[as preposition]:
we need to get beyond square one
his failure to rise beyond the rank of Undersecretary
above or greater than (a specified amount):
[as preposition]:
raising its stake beyond 15%
[as adverb]:
he could count up to a hundred thousand million now, and beyond
4 [preposition] to or in a degree or condition where a specified action is impossible:
the landscape has changed beyond recognition
their integrity is beyond question
too much for (someone) to achieve or understand:
the questions were well beyond the average adult
5 [preposition, with negative] apart from; except:
beyond telling us that she was well educated, he has nothing to say about her
there was little vegetation beyond brush-growth
noun
(the beyond)
the unknown, especially in references to life after death:
messages from the beyond
Phrases

the back of beyond

see back.
Origin:

Old English begeondan, from be ‘by’ + geondan of Germanic origin (related to yon and yonder)