What is the past tense of bump off?

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The past tense of bump off is bumped off.

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

The present participle of bump off is bumping off.

The past participle of bump off is bumped off.

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Random sectarian killings slowed and more IRA men were bumped off.
State-of-the-art bendy buses are being bumped off Southampton streets for good by troublesome speed ramps.
One owlet was dead at the base of the nest tree, likely from accidentally being bumped off the too-small nest platform.
Airline passengers who are bumped off flights or suffer serious delays will receive automatic compensation under rules agreed by the EU yesterday.
He assuredly bumped off a formidable array of erstwhile friends and possible rivals.
And never mind the people on the waiting list who were bumped off because someone else with more money horned his way in.

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