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We found 1 grammar point, 828 words, 1 kanji, and 16 examples matching '三'
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Most common form: さん
numeric
1. three  (参 is used in legal documents)
prefix
2. tri-
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3
numeric
three
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3
noun
1. 3000
2. many
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0
noun
1. the third day of the month
2. three days
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1
noun
triangle; triangular
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サン   み    みっ three   
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さん
がって
くだ
さい

Please walk back a few steps.
その
さん
しまい
姉妹
とても
ている

The three sisters look very much alike.
さん
なる
Add two to three, and you get five.
かれ
わけ
として
さん
べた

He said a few words by way of apology.
さん
デメリットあります
There are a few disadvantages to it.
 
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