What is the past tense of take the crown?

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The past tense of take the crown is took the crown.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of take the crown is takes the crown.

The present participle of take the crown is taking the crown.

The past participle of take the crown is taken the crown.

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She took the crown from her head with her own hands, and ceased to be the ruler of Sweden.
When Richard took the crown, Sir William showed no inclination to turn against the new king, refraining from joining Buckingham's rebellion, for which he was amply rewarded.
And when ye took the crown of gold your sin was covetousness and theft.
They would end up tied but, Hailwood took the crown due to having five wins to Read's four.

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