Meaning of “past participle” - Learner’s Dictionary

past participle

noun [ C ] UK ( US past participle, us ) uk

the form of a verb that usually ends with '-ed' and can be used in the perfect tense, the passive tense, or as an adjective. For example 'baked' is the past participle of 'bake'.

(Definition of “past participle” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)