The past participles of morir, abrir and cubrir

These are some of the verbs with irregular past participles:
Morir: muerto (to die: died, dead) 
Abrir: abierto (to open: opened, open)
Cubrir: cubierto (to cover: covered)

The same uses and rules apply as for regular past participles.

Hay un hombre muerto en el armario.

There's a dead man in the closet.

El libro está abierto.

The book is open.

He cubierto el coche con una funda.

I've covered the car with a waterproof cover.

Note: other verbs that end in -cubrir, such as descubrir (to discover), recubrir (to coat) and encubrir (to conceal) also have a past participle ending in -cubierto.

He descubierto la solución al problema.

I've discovered the solution to the problem.

Es un policía encubierto.

He's an undercover police officer.

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