What is the past tense of bump up?

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The past tense of bump up is bumped up.

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

The present participle of bump up is bumping up.

The past participle of bump up is bumped up.

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Writers' residuals for original programming on basic cable, ranging from series to telepics for Disney Channel, will also be bumped up.
When researchers bumped up temperatures in a simulated office from 68 to 77 degrees, keyboard errors fell by over 40 percent.
The contributions of Smith, Vaughan and Dravid have certainly bumped up the final total but 16 out of 26 batsmen proved the spread firm's quotes were too low.

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