(salopp) kennenlernen und als Partner, Partnerin zum Geschlechtsverkehr gewinnen
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1 [transitive] poach something
to cook food, especially fish, gently in a small amount of liquid
2 [transitive] poach something
to cook an egg gently in nearly boiling water after removing its shell
3 [transitive, intransitive] poach (something)
to illegally hunt birds, animals or fish on somebody else's property or without permission
The elephants are poached for their tusks.4 [transitive, intransitive] poach (somebody/something) (from somebody/something)
to take and use somebody/something that belongs to somebody/something else, especially in a secret, dishonest or unfair way
The company poached the contract from their main rivals.
Several of our employees have been poached by a rival firm.
I hope I'm not poaching on your territory (= doing something that is actually your responsibility).http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/br...
verb ( TAKE ) /pəʊtʃ//poʊtʃ/ v
• [I or T] to catch and kill animals without permission on someone else's land
The farmer claimed that he shot the men because they were poaching on his land.
• [I or T] to take and use for yourself unfairly or dishonestly something, usually an idea, that belongs to someone else
Jeff always poaches my ideas, and then pretends that they're his own.
• [I or T] disapproving to persuade someone who works for someone else to come and work for you
They were furious when one of their best managers was poached by another company.