What is the past tense of meet up?

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The past tense of meet up is met up.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of meet up is meets up.

The present participle of meet up is meeting up.

The past participle of meet up is met up.

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But when the pair finally met up with their enamored young kinsman, he was in no mood for fighting.
They all met up for a huge knees-up at her Fulford home, where Carol's band played in the front room.
It felt like ages since we'd all met up, and in fact, thinking back, it was the night of the four-hour journey.
During the return leg of their journey, they met up with traders who had believed them dead and were proceeding west nonetheless.
The retreating forces regrouped and met up with their main force at the bottom of the hill.
She does know that in Dunedin, Jack met up with Jimmy Wai, a cousin from his village, and was persuaded to go shares in starting up the business.

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