What is the past tense of nab?

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The past tense of nab is nabbed.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of nab is nabs.

The present participle of nab is nabbing.

The past participle of nab is nabbed.

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Police have nabbed a would-be bag snatcher but the identity of his intended victim remains a mystery.
A raft of top bosses and small-fry lieutenants have been nabbed since then.
Police in Scotland have nabbed their first motorists caught using mobile phones while behind the wheel.
What if the man, who had liquidated her and been subsequently nabbed, were to be hanged for the justice he had meted out?
Lovesick Goodman was nabbed while skippering his seven-metre yacht RoyAnna.
By that point I'd been on the go for about 13 hours, so I said my goodbyes and we nabbed our night bus back.

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