What is the past tense of gather speed?

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The past tense of gather speed is gathered speed.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of gather speed is gathers speed.

The present participle of gather speed is gathering speed.

The past participle of gather speed is gathered speed.

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Moving under its own weight, the trolley gathered speed up to 40 mph and would have reached the men on the track at Tebay in minutes.
He returned the salute as the warship gathered speed, picked up her guard of Police escort launches and headed for the open sea.
Not really accustomed to winter biking, I gingerly pedalled down an alley on the packed snow, and unexpectedly gathered speed.
Rather, it was Europe that gathered speed and moved ahead, in gunnery and shipping, starting in the sixteenth century.
A deafening roar surrounded them, growing higher in pitch as the careening ship gathered speed.
There were lots of reasons which gathered speed over the years but I still love him.

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