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Subject: 札入れ versus 財布
Date: Sat, 06 Jun 2009 13:45:14 GMT
While I was doing an exercise I came across this statement:
札入れ was the only thing I wasn't familiar with so I looked it up and the definition I found was "billfold or wallet." So as far as I can tell this sentence says, "This is not a wallet, it is a wallet." ??
Is there some slight different between 札入れ and 財布 that I'm not understanding, or does this statement just make no sense?
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