What is the past tense of carry over?

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The past tense of carry over is carried over.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of carry over is carries over.

The present participle of carry over is carrying over.

The past participle of carry over is carried over.

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A single-lane carriageway will be carried over the River Nadder and its flood plain on a viaduct.
The transmitting modem translates digital computer data into analog signals that can be carried over a phone line.
The result of Raychel's beating is directly carried over to the Roman soldier forcing Jesus to drink gall.
The dust storm carried over into the cavern, sending the exploration team diving for cover.
She was gentle and supportive, and these were qualities which carried over in to her work at the family centre.
The rock 'n' roll spirit carried over to many parties featuring live bands and DJs at downtown night spots.

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