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Can you name any English verb that becomes its past tense by simply rearranging the alphabets?

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Can you name any English verb that becomes its past tense by simply rearranging the alphabets?
posted Nov 5, 2016 by Balwinder

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eat becomes ate,
(I think there is one more, but I cant remember it now)

answer Nov 7, 2016 by Smriti

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