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What is the past tense of resume?

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The past tense of resume is resumed.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of resume is resumes.

The present participle of resume is resuming.

The past participle of resume is resumed.

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She has resumed official duties after 20 days of medical leave following a cancer scare.
They may believe they can now handle alcohol, but it needs to be made clear to patients and carers that on no account should drinking be resumed.
Danny resumed scratching the dog behind his ears, and Barkie whined happily.
He has also resumed jumping rope after laying off for three years because of an old foot injury.
The music faltered for a moment and resumed, just as happy and jaunty as ever.
Now work on the building has resumed, and the site is surrounded by a ten-foot high fence, topped with razor wire.

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