What is the past tense of make provisions for?

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The past tense of make provisions for is made provisions for.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of make provisions for is makes provisions for.

The present participle of make provisions for is making provisions for.

The past participle of make provisions for is made provisions for.

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This created a true parliamentary democracy, legalized political parties, and made provisions for a popularly elected legislature.
It has also made provisions for losses in its contract for services in Suffolk.
The firm has made provisions for losses in its Braintree and Cornwall contracts, which were cancelled early.
In an effort to popularise philately, the bureau has made provisions for a thematic display of stamps of members of the club.

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