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the past tense

noun [S]    
used generally to describe grammatical structures that describe actions which have now finished. It is used by some people to refer to the past simple 过去时;一般过去时 Add -ed to all these verbs to put them in the past tense. 把所有这些动词都加上 -ed,将它们变成过去时态。 I think her husband must be dead - she always talks about him in the past tense. 我想她丈夫一定死了——她谈到他时老是用过去时态。 Verb forms, tenses and types of verbs
Translations of “the past tense”
in Chinese (Traditional) 過去式, 簡單過去式…
(Definition of the past tense from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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