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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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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.
A singing Santa was sabotaged and a nativity scene stoned when vandals attacked a street of popular residential Christmas lights.
Instead, we must listen to protestations of innocence and some nonsense suggesting that his sample had been sabotaged, and they know who did it.
On a team whose season was sabotaged by injuries, with nearly every regular out for significant time, that counts.
The resistance movement rescued downed pilots, radioed military movements to London, and sabotaged German railway depots.

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