What is the past tense of bump into?

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The past tense of bump into is bumped into.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of bump into is bumps into.

The present participle of bump into is bumping into.

The past participle of bump into is bumped into.

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Liam bumped into his old adversary in London's Camden Town recently and berated him for old time's sake.
As I was jostled and bumped into the washroom, I saw a sight that would change my life forever.
Struggling to keep her wayward fringe at bay, Hailey meandered away from the beach blind as a bat, until she bumped into someone or something.
Well I never knew her in the biblical sense, we just bumped into each other at some party and you know how it goes.
The couple met three years ago when they literally bumped into each other at a Hampton Court funfair.
Just talking to a friend, I said that last night at a party, I'd bumped into an old friend who's a quant.

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