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poach

verb
 
 
/pəʊtʃ/
COOK [T] to cook something, especially an egg without its shell, by putting it into liquid that is gently boiling
варить (в кипящей воде)
Preparing food using heatPreparing food
ANIMALS [I, T] to illegally catch or kill animals, especially by going onto land without the permission of the person who owns it
заниматься браконьерством
StealingHunting and fishing
PERSON [I, T] to persuade someone to leave a company or team in order to work or play for yours
переманивать (персонал, игрока)
They can poach experienced people easily because they offer higher salaries.Recruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
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