Asked • 07/30/19

“Has reported” as present perfect vs. “has” as present + “reported” as a noun?

In the following sentence below, I **want** to use the word *reported* as a noun, but it looks like I’m using the present perfect form *has reported*. How can one be clear when constructions like this arise?> That both covers the whole 3-week period and has reported duty-cycles under it.<sub>(Note: That sentence was written in the context of technical writing, so don't pay too much attention to its actual meaning.)</sub>

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