What is the past tense of carry through?

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The past tense of carry through is carried through.

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

The present participle of carry through is carrying through.

The past participle of carry through is carried through.

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How skillfully the timetable must be worked out, and how unwaveringly its edicts must be carried through, adds up to the fine art of railroading.
He discusses learnedly the question whether the witches were really carried through the air corporeally or not.
The graphic, dynamic form on the outside is carried through inside, with elegant sweeping features at the wall and ceiling joins.
The litter was carried through the entrance, and the door was swung shut behind them.
The battle lines were so close together that the sounds of the opposing army's music carried through the forest.
The sound of the ax carried through the thick summer air, and I went to the window, shielding my eyes from the red glare of the sunset.

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