What is the past tense of euthanize?

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The past tense of euthanize is euthanized.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of euthanize is euthanizes.

The present participle of euthanize is euthanizing.

The past participle of euthanize is euthanized.

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In the United States, critically injured racehorses are humanely euthanized by lethal injection.
To put the controversy to rest, the city hired a veterinarian to perform a necropsy on a 50-pound dog euthanized in the shelter's gas chamber.
Mirage, suffering a fracture to his cannon bone and fetlock joint, was euthanized.
Newborn mice were anesthetized by hypothermia and euthanized, and peripheral blood was collected using heparinized capillary tubes.
These dogs are either euthanized or the leg is wrapped and allowed to heal unset.
Indeed, it was named after a sheltie whose owner had stipulated that upon her death her dog was to be euthanized.

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