In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(on other side of)I live just beyond the station — vivo justo pasando la estación
- once we're beyond the frontier — cuando estemos del otro lado de la frontera
- beyond this point — más allá
2.1(further than)try to think beyond the immediate future — trata de pensar más allá del futuro inmediato
- it's one stop beyond Rugby — es la parada/estación siguiente a Rugby
- I didn't read beyond the first chapter — no pasé del primer capítulo
- this has gone beyond a joke — esto ya ha dejado de ser gracioso
2.2(later than)I didn't stay beyond the opening speeches — solo estuve para los discursos inaugurales
- it's way beyond the time I should have called her — ya hace rato que tenía que haberla llamado
2.3(longer than)it won't last much beyond an hour — no durará mucho más de una hora
2.4(more than, apart from)I can't tell you anything beyond that — no te puedo decir nada más que eso
- she told us little beyond what we already knew — no nos dijo gran cosa aparte / fuera de lo que ya sabíamos
- she wouldn't commit herself beyond vague promises — no quiso comprometerse más allá de hacer algunas vagas promesas
3.1(past, no longer permitting)it's beyond repair — ya no tiene arreglo
- I'm so tired I'm beyond caring — estoy tan cansado que ya no me importa
3.2(outside reach, scope of)beyond the reach of the law — fuera del alcance de la ley
- circumstances beyond our control — circunstancias ajenas a nuestra voluntad
- it's beyond his authority to give us such orders — no tiene autoridad para darnos esas órdenes
- phenomena like this are beyond human understanding — el ser humano no puede comprender fenómenos como este
- this is, beyond question, the worst crisis this century — esta es, sin lugar a duda, la crisis más grave del siglo
- his integrity is beyond question — su integridad está fuera de duda
- it's beyond me what she sees in him — no puedo entender qué es lo que ve en él
3.3(surpassing)to live beyond one's means — vivir por encima de sus (or mis etc.) posibilidades
- it's beyond belief — es de no creer
- beauty beyond compare — belleza sin par
- it has succeeded beyond our wildest expectations — ha tenido un éxito que ha superado en mucho nuestras expectativas más optimistas
- it's not beyond the bounds of possibility that … — no es absolutamente imposible que …
1(in space)más alláyou can see the mountains beyond — se pueden ver las montañas a lo lejos
- the ships sail to India and beyond — los barcos van hasta la India y más allá
- Blue Tree is finding jobs for people from across Yorkshire and beyond.
- I rolled my eyes at this, looking out my window at the trees surrounding us beyond the dirt road we travelled on.
- How often I watched the birds in our courtyard leaving the trees and flying beyond the walls of our house with no fear.
- This is the former goods yard on the south-west side of the railway beyond Hellifield station.
- West End Beach was a popular holiday destination for thousands throughout the district and beyond.
- Not far away, beyond a few trees, a thin line of smoke was climbing up high.
- There was a low, long building on the far side of the lot and beyond it a high stone wall.
- All they could see beyond the trees was a vast body of dark water that stretched out across the horizon and seemed to go on forever.
- Beyond that is a stand of trees, and beyond that, the village and its tiny bay.
- A hundred yards or so from the door of my room, just beyond a side gate of the university, was a market overflowing with fresh and seasonal produce.
- Behind the cabin was a large empty yard and beyond that trees and steep hillsides topped with pink cliffs and crags.
- The main line from Toronto, and beyond these new terminals, is double tracked.
- He stared off into the distant trees beyond the backyard fence, watching them sway with the slight breeze.
- In several large cities pensioners have free passes which give them unlimited travel within and beyond the city boundary.
- I turned to glance over the roof to the ground beyond the other side of the house.
- They emerged onto a street that was bounded on one side by a narrow strip of parkland and beyond that the River Ana.
- Delays at Adare are causing problems for people travelling to Limerick and beyond.
- I understand the wedding is in June and the honeymoon destination is London and beyond.
- The publication offers travel ideas, advice and inspiration for destinations in Britain, Europe and beyond.
- The sun was going low beyond the trees but there was still plenty of light.
2(in time)we're planning for the year 2000 and beyond — estamos haciendo planes para el 2000 y más allá del 2000
3(more, in addition)you can earn £20,000 and beyond — puedes llegar a ganar 20.000 libras o más
- they have rice, but little beyond — tienen arroz pero, fuera de eso, muy poca cosa
1(realm of the dead)the beyond — el más allá
- Barry's death shortly after Kelly's execution appeared an eerie fulfilment of the outlaw's promise to meet him in the beyond.
- The highborn captive was sitting against the far wall, drifting, eyes watching the beyond.
- Only when mind awakens to the fact that reality is its own creation can it give up this reaching after the beyond.
- And over the years, he has literally stepped over life's edge to explore the world of the beyond.
- One could almost hear Wallis cheering him on from her place in the beyond.
- If it weren't for guilt, all of us would be facing far worse punishments when we reach the beyond.
- Below her, down grand, stone steps, soldiers were carefully leading their horses out of the hall and into the beyond.
- The Aeneid provides Dante with the wonder of a bleeding stalk and a voice from the beyond.
- The cellar of an old hotel is built on top of the door to the beyond.
- In their place you will find creepy white suits and the cold emptiness of the beyond.
2(unexplored territory)the great beyond — lo desconocido
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