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- (grammar) A past participle is a verb form, used mainly with an auxiliary verb expressing tense, aspect or voice. In English, it is usually spelled the same as the past tense.
- In the following sentences, the underlined word is a past participle:
- Have you seen her?
- The used book had a dirty cover.
- I have walked on this street many times.
- The table is supported by four legs.