回数券 meaning

I’ve come across the word 回数券 in my WaniKani lessons, which translates to Book Of Tickets. I’m not a native English speaker so I occasionally stumble upon English words or phrases which I don’t know. When it happens, I usually just consult a dictionary or Google the words. However, with book of tickets I’ve found nothing, so…

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If you buy a bunch of tickets, one way they could be distributed is by binding them together like a little book. Nowadays it’s probably more likely that a 回数券 will just come as one ticket you can use multiple times, but you might still get a small bound set of tickets in some circumstances.

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Thanks for the help!

When you say Google, do you mean Google image search? Because that’s often the best thing to use for nouns you’re unsure of.

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Yes, I do.
I got mixed results for book of tickets though, which confused me.
And I didn’t Google 回数券.

Might have been helpful to avoid translating a translation…

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Probably, but I feel that with words like these, I learn both English and Japanese.

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