hinausgehen (über)

Meanings

1.
to go outside
(Fancy, posh brother of "rausgehen". Used in books and by people who want to sound very well read.)
2.
to exceed
("hinausgehen über+Acc" - similar to "übersteigen" and "übertreffen". This one is mainly used in contexts of actions that go beyond the basic requirements.)
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Word Family

Root: *ghē-

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