What is the past tense of take the field?

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

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

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

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

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This new army then took the field in 1717 against Norway, where Charles was shot in the head and killed at the siege of Frederiksten.
The well equipped frontline regiments of the Russian army that took the field in 1914, carried a variety of different rifles.
Boroughmuir, for their part, took the field without their top-scoring wing Charlie Keenan and their flanker Olly Brown.
With the early morning rain well cleared, the teams took the field in bright sunshine and calm conditions.
But when we took the field together in this game for the last time as a team, we came together and showed what we can really do.
He was virtual ruler of the Empire, but also personally took the field in the Turkish campaign against the Russians in the Caucasus.

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