What is the past tense of reduce to ashes?

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The past tense of reduce to ashes is reduced to ashes.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of reduce to ashes is reduces to ashes.

The present participle of reduce to ashes is reducing to ashes.

The past participle of reduce to ashes is reduced to ashes.

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All about the burning ghat where the poor dead are being reduced to ashes hundreds are bathing or washing their clothes.
The conflagration lasted six days, till the whole of the dwellings were reduced to ashes or smoking ruins.
The family was distraught on Monday after a lifetime's possessions were reduced to ashes in just minutes.
It was, in 1400, destroyed and reduced to ashes by Tamerlane.
In France, 2,741 acres of woodland near Perpignan were reduced to ashes in a blaze fanned by a tramontane wind gusting up to 80 mph.
The Crusaders destroyed the splendid library of Tripoli and reduced to ashes many of the glorious centres of Saracenic art and culture.

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