au-delà in the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

Translations for au-delà in the French»English Dictionary (Go to English»French)

I.au-delà [od(ə)la] NOUN m REL

II.au-delà [od(ə)la] ADV

III.au-delà de PREP

Translations for au-delà in the English»French Dictionary (Go to French»English)

I.hereafter [Brit hɪərˈɑːftə, Am hɪrˈæftər] NOUN

II.hereafter [Brit hɪərˈɑːftə, Am hɪrˈæftər] ADV LAW

inexpressibly [Brit ˌɪnɪkˈsprɛsɪbli, ˌɪnɛkˈsprɛsɪbli, Am ˈˌɪnɪkˈsprɛsəbli, ˈˌɪnəkˈsprɛsəbli, ɪnɪkˈsprɛsəbli, ɪnɛkˈsprɛsəbli] ADV

See also know

I.know <prét knew [njuː], part passé known [nəʊn] > [Brit nəʊ, Am noʊ] VERB trans

1. know (have knowledge of):

2. know (feel certain):

3. know (realize):

II.know <prét knew, part passé known> [Brit nəʊ, Am noʊ] VERB intr

1. know (have knowledge):

III.know [Brit nəʊ, Am noʊ]

I.beyond [bɪˈjɒnd] PREP Beyond is often used with a noun to produce expressions like beyond doubt, beyond a joke, beyond the grasp of, 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, grasp, bound, etc.). See also I. 3. below.

5. beyond (too much for, above):

See also joke, grasp, doubt, bound

I.joke [Brit dʒəʊk, Am dʒoʊk] NOUN

1. joke (amusing story):

2. joke (laughing matter):

II.joke [Brit dʒəʊk, Am dʒoʊk] VERB intr

I.grasp [Brit ɡrɑːsp, Am ɡræsp] NOUN

1. grasp:

II.grasp [Brit ɡrɑːsp, Am ɡræsp] VERB trans

I.doubt [Brit daʊt, Am daʊt] NOUN

II.doubt [Brit daʊt, Am daʊt] VERB trans

III.doubt [Brit daʊt, Am daʊt] VERB intr

I.bound [Brit baʊnd, Am baʊnd] VERB pt VERB pp

bound → bind

II.bound [Brit baʊnd, Am baʊnd] NOUN

bound npl lit, fig:

IV.bound [Brit baʊnd, Am baʊnd] ADJ

V.bound [Brit baʊnd, Am baʊnd] VERB trans (border)

VI.bound [Brit baʊnd, Am baʊnd] VERB intr

capability [Brit keɪpəˈbɪlɪti, Am ˌkeɪpəˈbɪlədi] NOUN

I.remit NOUN [Brit ˈriːmɪt, rɪˈmɪt, Am rəˈmɪt, ˈriˌmɪt]

II.remit <part prés remitting; prét, part passé remitted> VERB trans [Brit rɪˈmɪt, Am rəˈmɪt]

III.remit <part prés remitting; prét, part passé remitted> VERB intr [Brit rɪˈmɪt, Am rəˈmɪt] (abate)

purse [Brit pəːs, Am pərs] NOUN

income [Brit ˈɪnkʌm, Am ˈɪnˌkəm] NOUN

au-delà in the PONS Dictionary

Translations for au-delà in the French»English Dictionary (Go to English»French)

I.au-delà [od(ə)la] ADV

II.au-delà [od(ə)la] PREP

III.au-delà [od(ə)la] NOUN m

prévision [pʀevizjɔ̃] NOUN f

Translations for au-delà in the English»French Dictionary (Go to French»English)

I.beyond [bɪˈjɒnd, Am -ˈɑ:nd] PREP

3. beyond (further than):

II.beyond [bɪˈjɒnd, Am -ˈɑ:nd] ADV

III.beyond [bɪˈjɒnd, Am -ˈɑ:nd] NOUN

comprehension [ˌkɒmprɪˈhenʃən, Am ˌkɑ:m-] NOUN no pl

I.extend [ɪkˈstend] VERB intr

II.extend [ɪkˈstend] VERB trans