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transcend (verb), transcends; transcended; transcending
1. To go beyond the powers or limits of; to exceed: The functions of the new computer transcended, or exceeded, Ted's expectations.
2. To be higher or greater than; to surpass; to excel; to be superior or extraordinary: When Jim told his mother that he had received a grade of "A" in all of his university classes, he transcended what she had anticipated he would achieve.
3. Etymology: from Latin transcendere from trans-, "beyond" + scandere, "to climb".
To exceed above or beyond the limits of.
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To surpass or to excel beyond the limits of.
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This entry is located in the following units: scend-, scen-, scand-, scan-, scans- (page 3) trans-, tran-, tra- (page 7)
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To go above, to excel, to exceed, or to go beyond what is normally expected. (2)