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Is it common to say "beyond something" to mean "apart from something"?

- Beyond this I know nothing.

- He said nothing beyond what we already knew.
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HUBLOTIs it common to say "beyond something" to mean "apart from something"?
No, but I can easily understand it. Common synonyms are aside from are other than.
Thank you, AG.

Aside from and other than?
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HUBLOTAside from and other than?
Yes, that's the word I was looking for! Emotion: embarrassed

I think it's time for some sleep. Emotion: sleep
Thanks for the response, AG. It's 1:16 a.m. in Minneapolis now. You must be sleepy. I hope you have a good sleep. Emotion: yawn
HUBLOTIs it common to say "beyond something" to mean "apart from something"?- Beyond this I know nothing.- He said nothing beyond what we already knew.
That is plain English, but it does not mean "apart from". It means "in addition to". But it amounts to the same thing.
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What would you say instead of "Beyond this I know nothing"? Would "Apart from this I know nothing" be okay?
HUBLOTWould "Apart from this I know nothing" be okay?
Yes. Aside from sounds better to me, though.