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go beyond (something)
1. To physically move past a certain point. Kids, don't go beyond the stop sign at the end of the block!
2. To exceed expectations or requirements. I will award extra credit to anyone who goes beyond the parameters of the assignment with their researching.
go beyond someone or something
to pass ahead of someone or something. I went beyond the place where I should have turned off. Fred went beyond me a half block before he remembered who I was. Then he came back and said hello.
go beyond something
1. Lit. to do more of something than the expected amount; to go further with something than was required. You clearly went beyond what was required of you. Sharon went beyond the basic requirements.
2. . Fig. to go past something or some place. We went beyond the town and lost our way. They went beyond the turnoff.