What is the past tense of rationalize?

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The past tense of rationalize is rationalized.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of rationalize is rationalizes.

The present participle of rationalize is rationalizing.

The past participle of rationalize is rationalized.

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Increased spending on NASA throughout the early 1960s was rationalized as an investment in beating the Russians in the space race.
The commission rationalized this system, explaining that other transportation networks already charge variable rates for use at peak hours.
The tortuosity of the porous network is rationalized in terms of the ultrastructure known from electron microscopy.
But the system was rationalized and improved by Alfred's successors, and under Eadgar it emerges clearly in its developed form.
Takeovers of car companies are always rationalized on the basis of finding new markets for the struggling company's vehicles.
As production becomes rationalized and routinized over time, the skills and hence high wages of the city labor force become unnecessary.

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