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  1. poach

    • IPA[pōCH]

    美式

    • v.
      illegally hunt or catch (game or fish) on land that is not one's own or in contravention of official protection;take or acquire in an unfair or clandestine way
    • verb: poach, 3rd person present: poaches, gerund or present participle: poaching, past tense: poached, past participle: poached

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    • 1. illegally hunt or catch (game or fish) on land that is not one's own or in contravention of official protection 20 tigers are thought to have been poached from national parks he might arrest you for poaching 同義詞 hunt illegally, catch/trap/kill illegally, plunder
    • take or acquire in an unfair or clandestine way employers risk having their newly trained workers poached by other companies 同義詞 steal, appropriate, purloin, misappropriate, take, ... 更多
    • (in ball games) take a shot that a partner or teammate would have expected to take in doubles, you're poaching when you advance into your partner's territory
    • 2. (of an animal) trample or cut up (turf) with its hoofs zero-grazing saves the fields from poaching
    • (of land) become sodden by being trampled if the ground is liable to poach the cows come inside
    • ph.
      encroach on someone else's rights

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      encroach on someone else's rights

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      another term for porcelain fungus

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    • IPA[pəʊtʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      illegally hunt or catch (game or fish) on land that is not one's own or in contravention of ... 20 tigers are thought to have been poached from national parks he might arrest you for poaching

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[pōCH]

    美式

    • v.
      cook (an egg) without its shell in or over boiling water: a breakfast of poached egg and grilled bacon

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[pəʊtʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      cook (an egg) without its shell in or over boiling water: a breakfast of poached egg and grilled bacon

    Oxford Dictionary