What is the past tense of play up?

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The past tense of play up is played up.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of play up is plays up.

The present participle of play up is playing up.

The past participle of play up is played up.

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Premier Nick Greiner played up his substantial lead in the polls and subsequently found himself within a whisker of losing government.
Around 43 per cent of South Africans said they got angry when their computer played up.
The local press has played up the danger these birds might pose for aircraft landing and taking off.
I felt the hungry, wolfish aspect to my gaze, but didn't try to hide it, as it played up and down over Cynthia's body.
They played up his love for Seattle and figured they could lowball him because of that love.
Teams will be two-a-side and played up to 11 points a game over the best of three sets.

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