Transcend

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Metaphoric UsePlay
Often used metaphorically to indicate superiority or higher achievement. SlideThis essay transcends typical student work in its depth.
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Usually positive, indicating a high standard or remarkable accomplishment. SlideThe musician's talent transcends what is considered possible.
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Can apply to abstract concepts, not just physical boundaries or limits. SlideHer kindness transcends all barriers of language and culture.