I'm confused. In our book, transcendent is explained as this, surpassing the ordinary, exceptional. So I want to know their differences, but what you two told me seems different from what I have learnt.
Yes but that's the joy of learning a language and being a native, sometimes you have to ignore the book stuff, I am a native english speaker from the US, and I can't think of one time in my life where I have naturally used the word transcends. Even in the above example, that is in somewhat of a poetic usage, not something we would say commonly.
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