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What is the past tense of microwave?

What's the past tense of microwave? Here's the word you're looking for.

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The past tense of microwave is microwaved.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of microwave is microwaves.

The present participle of microwave is microwaving.

The past participle of microwave is microwaved.

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Yesterday I ate a salad that came frozen, and needed to be microwaved for four minutes.
She brings it to a tall table, where Rachel's cousin Luis sits stone-faced with a bag of microwaved popcorn.
Connie asked to have whatever would be the least trouble, and ended up with a tea bag and a microwaved cup of water.
I microwaved an old doughnut today, and it was at once both hot enough to burn my tongue but tasty enough to be worth it.
The bread was warmed and not microwaved to death, which is just one of the faults of lower-end steakhouses.
Not many people are aware that a medium sized potato can be microwaved in 6 minutes, compared to 8 minutes for rice.

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