Definition of Past historic tense

1. Noun. (grammar) A tense used in some languages (such as French and Italian) in narrative, and in spoken language primarily when reading narrative, for completed actions in the past or in speaking of the dead. It is the same as the simple past in many languages, including English. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Past Historic Tense

past anterior
past continuous
past historic
past historic tense (current term)
past imperfect tense
past it
past iterative
past master
past paper
past papers
past participial
past participle
past participles
past perfect
past perfect continuous
past perfect progressive
past perfect tense
past progressive

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