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poach

verb [I or T] (TAKE) 拿走     /pəʊtʃ/ US  /poʊtʃ/
to catch and kill animals without permission on someone else's land (侵入他人地界)偷獵,偷捕;盜獵 The farmer claimed that he shot the men because they were poaching on his land. 農場主人聲稱他開槍射殺那些人是因為他們侵入他的地界偷獵。 StealingHunting
to take and use for yourself unfairly or dishonestly something, usually an idea, that belongs to someone else 以不當手段獲取,竊用(想法等) Jeff always poaches my ideas, and then pretends that they're his own. 傑夫經常盜用我的想法,還假裝是他自己的。 Stealing
disapproving to persuade someone who works for someone else to come and work for you 挖走(人員) They were furious when one of their best managers was poached by another company. 他們一個最好的經理被別的公司挖走了,他們很惱火。 Recruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
(Definition of poach verb (TAKE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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