What is the past tense of talk through?

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The past tense of talk through is talked through.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of talk through is talks through.

The present participle of talk through is talking through.

The past participle of talk through is talked through.

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Once upon a time a traveling engineer talked through a telegraphone to a dispatcher.
There were times that I thought New York and Chicago radio broadcasters talked through a tin can to get a special audio effect to their broadcasts.
Six trains were delayed by the crime, discovered after midnight, and had to be talked through two affected signal boxes.
He said that even after pensioners had talked through the complicated paperwork with advisers, they would then have to be sent the forms so details can be checked through.
She noted vitals, took throat cultures, and talked through an interpreter to the nursing students.
Jimmy always talked through matches, almost like a nervous reaction.
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