What is the past tense of label?

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The past tense of label is labelledUK or labeledUS.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of label is labels.

The present participle of label is labellingUK or labelingUS.

The past participle of label is labelledUK or labeledUS.

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You get old-age pensioners labelled as bad boys because they were rock stars years ago.
Instead they are labelled as bad at maths or stupid when, in fact, what they have is really no more than number blindness.
Shoppers are being duped into buying foreign meat which has been inaccurately labelled as Scotch beef, farmers' leaders have claimed.
Ads and advertorials, whether labeled or not, are inherently less credible than other information.
The horizontal axis represents the stock prices, labeled in ascending order.
She divides their stories into helpfully labeled chapters that juxtapose their stories at each stage.

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