What is the present tense of bumped up?

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The present tense of bumped up is bump up.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of bump up is bumps up.

The present participle of bump up is bumping up.

The past participle of bump up is bumped up.

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As an executive in the company, however, Armstrong likes to bump up the take on business casual a few notches.
Will it help pave the way for a pullout of troops or a bump up in the polls?
That also helped bump up gross margins from 17.1 per cent to 17.7 per cent sequentially.
The subject of employing a company to organize the event was also raised to increase public relations and bump up the numbers of competitors.
But why bump up the penalties for simple possession of objectionable material to 5 years?
Does the press gallery bump up the significance of a potential challenge because it provides such good copy and provocative sound bites?

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