What is the past tense of get up to?

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The past tense of get up to is got up to.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of get up to is gets up to.

The present participle of get up to is getting up to.

The past participle of get up to is got up to or gotten up to.

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When he had got up to the animal she was riding he put his hand on the crupper and relaxed his speed.
If I hadn't wakened and it had got up to the roof the whole house could have been burned.
After he left the kitchen Lissie got up to hand the cutting board covered with onion slices to her mother.
She did not notice that her seat retracted when she got up to collect Joshua immediately before the accident.
I could tell you a lot of stories about some of my pupil's mammies and daddies and what they got up to over the years, but I'm not going to.
Then one morning recently I got up to make tea and the same sound came from a nearby reed bed.
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