What is the past tense of put on ice?

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The past tense of put on ice is also put on ice.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of put on ice is puts on ice.

The present participle of put on ice is putting on ice.

The past participle of put on ice is put on ice.

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Plans for an amusement arcade were put on ice due to anti-social behaviour in the area.
However, the plan was put on ice after a study showed that a third network was not economically feasible.
In this vacuum of uncertainty and irresolution, business and investment decisions have been delayed, put on ice or cancelled altogether.
Two planning applications have had to be put on ice after a council failed to tell people about a crucial meeting.
So the plan has been put on ice until the society can convince them that it is safe.
Plans for a lavish Christmas wedding have been put on ice while the couple take stock of their 15-month relationship.

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