What is the past tense of sabotage?

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The past tense of sabotage is sabotaged.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of sabotage is sabotages.

The present participle of sabotage is sabotaging.

The past participle of sabotage is sabotaged.

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His parents were working on a billion dollar assignment, when John sabotaged everything, and ruined their reputations.
Here, the most radio-friendly melodies are sabotaged by pointed political commentary or swearing.
Too bad he was sabotaged by sound reproduction that highlighted that damned bass drum almost as though it were a solo instrument in the score.
He had jumped out of a light aircraft while unwittingly wearing a sabotaged parachute.
The guerrillas sabotaged a dam producing a third of the country's electricity, knocking out power in the nation's capital.
On a team whose season was sabotaged by injuries, with nearly every regular out for significant time, that counts.
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