In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(go beyond)(boundaries) ir más allá de(boundaries) trascenderthis musical far transcends simple entertainment — esto es mucho más que un simple musical
- In this context, going beyond the form means transcending the notion of bread as commodity and examining the labor that made it possible.
- Real spiritual practices can help one to transcend material activities.
- No, I really do think that this case transcends this one particular issue.
- Quality of life is an important concept that transcends cultural boundaries and gives way to needed change.
- We can therefore form a conception of reality that transcends these limits and so separate reality from what we believe about reality.
- It holds out the prospect of transcending the limits of privatised existence, of being known to the general public and of becoming part of society's collective experience.
- We transcend these limits to find a love that is magical and created by a force greater than us, just for us.
- Love is what engages and transcends mundane limits toward accomplishment.
- ‘Blood’, by contrast, had been invested since antiquity with mythical meaning, transcending the common sphere of everyday life.
- It's certainly not as if the movie's interpretation transcended the limits of romance.
- As already mentioned, the theory of conceptual blending transcends the study of metaphor.
- This requires coordinated intergovernmental action because these activities transcend national boundaries.
- The vitality of the field has transcended many of the barriers that seemed so daunting early on.
- Just as quality of life issues often transcend class lines, they also bridge the gulf between the city centre and the suburbs.
- The fourteen essays gathered here embrace a range of issues which perhaps transcend the limits suggested by the subtitle.
- It should be a political no-brainer, an issue that transcends right-left divisions.
- Ultimately, he is strangely apolitical, incapable of transcending the limits of the entertainment industry.
- Despite its relatively small size, the superb acoustics of the Usher Hall have transcended its role beyond that of a venue for the odd civil function.
- By transcending the limits of space, time and situation, this technology makes it more likely that any person, of any status, in any place, can learn anything, at any time.
- The appeal transcends the issues as any appeal to a national leader should.
2(overcome)(differences/limitation) superarshe learned to transcend her grief — aprendió a sobreponerse a su dolor
3Philosophy Religiontrascendera spiritual realm, transcending the physical universe — un reino espiritual, que trasciende el universo material
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