Do you think there any differences in meaning between the prepositions
out of and outside when talking about 'no longer involved in something or not part of something'?
If there are any, please tell me which preposition would you prefer to
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These are some sentences that I can't see any difference in their meaning if they go with 'out of' or with 'outside'.
- The matter is out of/outside my area of responsibility.
- I'm afraid that would be out of/outside my job description.
- I got out of/outside the habit of riding my bike to work.
- Keep endangered young people out of/outside a life of crime.
- You may do as you wish out of/outside working hours.