To kill or end something completely, typically in a very absolute and forceful way.
When that burglar broke into my house last week, the ol' 1911 put him in the past tense.
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A verb tense used to express an action or a condition that occurred in or during the past.
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Another way of saying "you're history" before killing them or ruining thier lives.
Don't push that button! PLEASE!

You are in the past tense, bub.
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The proper form of a verb that is both in the past and present.
Though largely unknown, this tense is good english, as recognized
by the ISO (International Standards Organization)
1. The morbidly obese man "plupped" onto the couch, seductively "slupping" from his Big Gulp cup.

2. The adolescent boy metaphorically "jerzzed" at the thought of the next Star Wars film.

All completely legal usage of past present tense.
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Used when talking about a historic person or event. It should never be used when referring to present people or events. Written by Tony John Williams.
"He likes this song" explained Dahlia.
"No, Dahlia, he liked this song. "Liked" being the operative word. Always speak in past tense when referring to a past person or event." said Martin.
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