What is the past tense of go over the top?

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The past tense of go over the top is went over the top.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of go over the top is goes over the top.

The present participle of go over the top is going over the top.

The past participle of go over the top is gone over the top.

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The cops picked their time and went over the top, using excessive violence against us.
Myers went over the top in the clubhouse, berating a reporter who questioned Myers' terminology.
An English Bar Disciplinary Tribunal went over the top when dealing with a racial harassment case.
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