What is the past tense of look up to?

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The past tense of look up to is looked up to.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of look up to is looks up to.

The present participle of look up to is looking up to.

The past participle of look up to is looked up to.

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He looked up to see a richly garbed carriage rumbling slowly and carefully toward him drawn by two dappled horses.
He looked up to see if there were any fruits within eyeshot, and saw it, lounging on a branch very near where Jim was.
You're a much weaker person than you used to be, but you still act like you did when everyone looked up to you.
I looked up to see a seventeen-year-old standing over me, about to beat the living daylights out of my eleven-year-old body.
Gillard had few friends, looked up to and trusted Preston, depended on him, drank to excess, itinerant, living in shelters and hostels.
I instantly looked up to see the planform on the lead aircraft, covering up my entire windshield and half of the canopy!

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