What is the past tense of pick up speed?

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The past tense of pick up speed is picked up speed.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of pick up speed is picks up speed.

The present participle of pick up speed is picking up speed.

The past participle of pick up speed is picked up speed.

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Of course the road hadn't been plowed yet, so as I approached it I picked up speed, hoping momentum and all-wheel drive would suffice.
He coasted all the way down, letting out a whoop of glee as he picked up speed.
The incident occurred when 51 freight trains began rolling without a conductor and picked up speed.
Soon the Prince of Scandinavia reached the North Sea, picked up speed, and took on a gentle movement in a slight head sea.
The dark grey stallion snorted in reply and picked up speed, galloping through the lush, wet morning grass onwards away from the camp.
Her heart immediately picked up speed as all the fears and apprehensions from earlier in the day came back full force.

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