This kanji has kunyoumi or Japanese readings of: み or みっ, and it has onyoumi or Chinese readings of: サン or ゾウ. This character has the meaning: three. This character is made up of the following radicals or parts: one horizontal stroke. You can remember this kanji by the fact it is three lines, meaning three. Our example sentence is: さんしゃぼんたいとなった。The three batters were struck out quickly.
The three batters were struck out quickly.