Synonym: exceed, go past, overstep, pass, surpass, top. Similar words: transcendent, transcendentalism, transcribe, translucent, transgender, ascend, descend, crescendo. Meaning: [træn'send] v. 1. go beyond 2. go beyond.
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1 The best films are those which transcend national or cultural barriers.
2 At times his technique seems to transcend the limitations of the piano.
3 Such matters transcend human understanding.
4 The beauty of her songs transcend words and language.
5 We must somehow transcend this and create an atmosphere at our meetings which is welcoming to people from all types of background.
6 This recognition of mortality and the requirement to transcend it is the first great impulse to mythology.
7 A tube top and shorts transcend sportswear when the shorts are beaded.
8 Any form of scientific endeavour must attempt to transcend its time and place to sustain an independent, doubting stance.
9 But can the child transcend the blackness and wear the white mask with pride?
10 The mystic is seeking to transcend his ego and acquire a disciplined compassion - a crucial virtue in all religions.
11 You have to go beyond that, transcend revenge and pique and cruelty and cowardice.
12 This is despite the acknowledgement that carers' issues transcend health and social care boundaries.
13 It was necessary for him to transcend the terms of the old conceptual system by developing a new one.
14 Our whole vocation is to transcend the baser instincts of the animal world and be stewards and not spoilers of creation.
15 The Corinthian women acted as though their redemption had caused them to transcend their created sexuality.
16 Economic transnational practices Economic transnational practices are economic practices that transcend national boundaries.
17 This is role playing at its worst; we must transcend these roles.
18 The story is brought to explosive life by two performances that far transcend the usual star turn.
19 The third stage - Utopian at this point - was to transcend gender divisions altogether.
20 But who was counting when the performances often seemed to transcend national borders?
21 Flows of capital, goods and services, and increasingly of human talent,[www.Sentencedict.com] now transcend national borders.
22 The functional qualities of a product are very much the same everywhere and transcend most boundaries.
23 Marriage partners will feel obligations to their wider kin which may even transcend those they feel towards each other.
24 By the start of the Eighties, he was beginning to transcend his cult status.
25 But the three females provide the material that makes Second Lives transcend the normal period piece.
26 Listening Perhaps the most fundamental skill which helps counselling to transcend other forms of communication is listening.
27 Now the toad has become an icon for those who hope to transcend Darwin.
28 The big question is(sentencedict.com), do we have what it takes to transcend our egos when the facts reveal our faulty thinking?
29 However, there are limits to the functional capacities of the state - it can not transcend the contradictions of capitalism.
30 And it is unclear how certain individuals, namely Marxists, transcend false consciousness.
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