What is the past tense of calm down?

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The past tense of calm down is calmed down.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of calm down is calms down.

The present participle of calm down is calming down.

The past participle of calm down is calmed down.

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I had calmed down quite a bit and I was no longer trembling, but my mind was still running through all of the new information I had accumulated.
After a minute, I had calmed down, and I rinsed my hands in the cold water from the tap, splashing water onto my face.
Noah had calmed down after a couple of drinks, mainly coffee laced with alcohol.
Many of the ranters are either ignored or gently calmed down by other posters there.
As you can see, things have calmed down since last month and I have, as they say, got a life.
She looked suspiciously at them, until she saw Adrin's rounded stomach, and she calmed down a bit.

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