The past simple and the past participle of wring
Conjugation of the verb wring:
Base Form/Infinitive without 'to':
Third Person Singular:
1. To squeeze or twist something tightly to force liquid out of it.
2. To get something from or out of someone by force or coercion.
1. She didn’t have a towel so she just wrung her long hair dry.
He wrung out his T-shirt and hung it out to dry.
2. The police wrung the truth out of that murderer.
The irregular verbs in the table below have the same pattern as wring. They are:
- Verbs with u in the past simple and past participle.
- Verbs like 'cling, clung, clung'.