What is the Japanese meaning of the word soto?

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'Soto' means 'outside' in Japanese.

However, it has an additional meaning in Japanese: 'soto' also means outside of my personal circle, my family, my friend, or my business. The opposite would be 'uchi', which in addition to meaning inside my circle, also means 'house' in Japanese.
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