What goes beyond that means this sentence

in addition (German)

Part of speech: word combination

beyond that
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [daˌʀyːbɐ hɪˈnaʊ̯s]
Word meaning / definition:
1) in addition to something that already exists
1) also
Related terms:
1) otherwise, also, besides, then, in addition, furthermore, on top of that, furthermore, furthermore, furthermore
1) apart from that, furthermore, otherwise
Application examples:
1) Joan Baez and Ai Weiwei are "an inspiration to thousands of human rights activists, in America, Asia and Furthermore"says Salil Shetty, International Secretary General of Amnesty International.
1) Now municipalities are renting or buying rooms everywhere, or they are even confiscating them [...] A federal law makes it easier Furthermore since October to convert buildings of all kinds for refugees, especially empty schools and hospitals.
1) Light is a certain type of electromagnetic radiation, namely that which we can perceive with the eyes. Furthermore but there is also radiation that we cannot perceive. For example, UV radiation cannot be seen by humans [...]
1) “The opening of marriage would of course have for many same-sex lovers and far beyond that a tremendously symbolic character, ”said the Stuttgart CDU member Stefan Kaufmann on Monday the taz.
1) Attached is the quarterly report, Furthermore I have added an analysis in another file to the largest deviations at account level. "


  • Arabic: 1) بالاضافة
  • English: 1) in addition, beyond that, on top of that, beyond, besides
  • Swedish: 1) därutöver

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

ATTERSEE. Thousands of cyclists from Upper Austria and Furthermore had a happy day.
nachrichten.at, April 29, 2019

The fountain should Furthermore bubbling again from April 5th.
Kölnische Rundschau, March 22, 2019

The emergency services announced on Wednesday, Furthermore several people would still be missing.
BILD.de, October 10, 2018

The man sues in court and wants to Furthermore also set up a shop selling cannabis products.
Berliner Morgenpost, November 20, 2018

In Bavaria the opposition runs in the state parliament and Furthermore Storm against the police task law for months. Now the left, the FDP and the Greens are joining the Bundestag.
Augsburger Allgemeine, September 10, 2018

Recently allowed Furthermore also young people up to 18 years of age on the football field.
Kölnische Rundschau, March 18, 2020

The table tennis women of the TTC Berlin Eastside are in the Bundesliga and Furthermore Still unbeaten across all competitions.
GMX, February 02, 2020

The PiS maneuver is perfidious, but strategically well laid out. If it dismantles the 'citizen coalition' about it, it won't be a shame. The left must Furthermore focus on the road.
young world, April 16, 2020

Obama accused the incumbent administration Furthermore Incompetence in the fight against the corona pandemic and the spread of false information.
stern.de, October 22, 2020

The NBA will probably decide in the coming week whether and how the season will continue. The league office has to Furthermore then also determine how the NBA calendar shifts as a result.
Spox, May 29, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • otherwise: otherwise, beyond; in the other case, in the opposite case
  • also: and further
  • also because
  • also: Conjunctive adverb: is used to add something else
  • Besides: spatially next to something or someone; colloquial, transferred: not applicable, violating norms; used as a conjunction: in addition to the one just mentioned
  • to: added to something that is already there, given, posited: supplementing, completing; referring to something close in the situation: with regard to this; conjunctive to achieve something; regionally separable in meaning;
  • Furthermore: in the further, in the future, in the future, in the further episode, after that, then, after, afterwards, also
  • as well: to the same extent, in the same way
  • further: beyond what was previously said; in the future
  • next to it
  • i. a. (go., educational language, Latin, seldom)
  • Furthermore: Furthermore; otherwise; by the way, by the way
  • inter alia (go., educational language, Latin, rare)
  • besides all that
  • not least
  • on top of that: Additionally
  • i.a.: among other things / among other things, among others / among others; and other / and other, and other / and other
  • and
  • amongst other things: citing an example
  • further: added to what already exists; resulting in the consequence
  • Farther: also in the future, still; also
  • furthermore (Austrian): Austrian as well
  • moreover: in the sense of: beyond, also
  • at the same time: running at the same time with something else; also
  • especially: also because
  • additionally: added to the already existing
  • beyond: with the dative: lying above (answer to the question “where?”) with the accusative:; moving above, above something (answer to the question "where to?"); expressing a period of time; moving through something, something happening; transferred: action directed towards something / someone: from; transmit: denotes a mediator: through, with the help of; denoting exactly (no more than, see adverb below)
  • moreover: upscale: to one thing in addition
  • (and also
  • (and additionally
  • also (main form): Conjunctive adverb: is used to add something else
  • do the rest
  • even more
  • on top of that
  • on top of that: Additionally
  • and
  • and in addition
  • to make matters worse
  • to abundance
  • moreover: upscale: to one thing in addition
  • And yes - ... (in media language)
  • apart from
  • also): and further
  • also: Conjunctive adverb: is used to add something else
  • join in
  • extra: besides, additionally; colloquial: intentionally; expressly; especially for this occasion, especially for this purpose
  • to be added
  • Next: spatially adjacent; in addition to; in comparison with
  • next to the
  • besides: with dative, obsolete: together with something or someone
  • on top of that: Additionally
  • moreover: in the sense of: beyond, also
  • in addition to): added to the already existing
  • beyond

Another word (synonym) for beyond - Source: OpenThesaurus

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poultry: ... original descent and origin extends from Franconia to Germany and far beyond. ”1)“ With the designation "bird flu" one wanted ...

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Knuckle of pork: on the hip bone and the surrounding bones and in the early New High German language also on half of the pelvis in animals

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