What is the past tense of daisy-chain?

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The past tense of daisy-chain is daisy-chained.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of daisy-chain is daisy-chains.

The present participle of daisy-chain is daisy-chaining.

The past participle of daisy-chain is daisy-chained.

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Some of the circuit courts have daisy-chained drives to allow easy network access to tax research media via a desktop PC in a judge's office.
Up to sixty-three changers can be daisy-chained together in a tree configuration for media distribution to other workstations throughout a network.
Each SMK-590R can accommodate up to 16 computers, servers and other devices or be daisy-chained to other drawers.
Also remember that the USB connection can be daisy-chained and can support up to 127 USB peripherals.
So for the moment my computer is hooked up to the router with ethernet, and Abi's laptop is daisy-chained to mine with the wireless cards.

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