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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The fact that this official sabotaged the test is terrible, yet not surprising.
A singing Santa was sabotaged and a nativity scene stoned when vandals attacked a street of popular residential Christmas lights.
The guerrillas sabotaged a dam producing a third of the country's electricity, knocking out power in the nation's capital.
I got the hump so I sabotaged the tyres of the head's car by putting tin tacks in to puncture them.
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.
Even those who are the most devoted to a regimen of exercise and healthful nutrition can be sabotaged by their genes.

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