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She has an American accent.

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bɪˈjɒnd Listen
  • at or to the further side of.
    E.g. he pointed to a spot beyond the trees
  • happening or continuing after (a specified time or event).
    E.g. many people work well beyond the age of sixty-five
  • having progressed or achieved more than (a specified stage or level).
    E.g. we need to get beyond square one
  • to or in a degree or condition where a specified action is impossible.
    E.g. the landscape has changed beyond recognition
  • apart from; except.
    E.g. beyond telling us that she was well educated, he has nothing to say about her
  • at or to the further side of something.
    E.g. from south of Dortmund as far as Essen and beyond
  • after a specified time or event.
    E.g. music went on into the night and beyond
  • above or greater than a specified amount.
    E.g. he could count up to a billion now, and beyond
  • the unknown, especially in references to life after death.
    E.g. messages from the beyond

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