poach

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} kapmak
{f} yasak bölgede avlanmak
{f} yumurtayı kabuksuz pişirmek
(yumurtayı) kırıp kaynar suda pişirmek
izinsiz (hayvan) avlamak
(balık) yavaş yavaş kaynatmak
başkasının arazisinde kaçak avlanmak
(başkasının hakkına) tecavüz etmek
yasak bölgede avlan
yumurtayı kırıp kaynar su veya süt içinde pişirmek, çılbır yapmak
cıvık cıvık olmak (toprak)
yasak olan bölgede avlanmak
Bir şirketin, diğer şirketteki bir çalışanını ikna ederek kendi şirketine alması, karşı şirketten elemanı çalması
balık veya hayvan avlamak için yasak olan bölgeye girmek
Buğulamak
bata çıka yürümek, ağır ağır ve ayaklarını sürüyerek yürümek
{f} yasak bölgeye girmek
yavaş yavaş kaynatmak
{f} çılbır yapmak
{f} sportmence davranmamak
{f} (bir şeyi) (kaynama derecesinin biraz altındaki bir sıvıda) pişirmek
kırıp kaynar suda pişirmek
{f} izinsiz avlanmak
tecavüz etmek
yasak ol
{f} ağartmak (kâğıt)
izinsiz avlamak
poached egg sıcak suya kırılıp pişirilmiş yumurta
{f} kaynatmak (yiyecek)
{f} kaçak avlanmak
poach kaynat/avla
{f} çiğnenerek topak topak olmak (toprak)
{f} vıcık vıcık olmak (toprak)
{f} (bir şeyi) (bir tür benmaride) pişirmek
{f} toprağı çiğneyip karıştırmak
yumurtayı kırıp kaynar su veya süt içinde pişirmek
{f} izinsiz girmek
poach, cook in boiling
kaynar kaçak avlanmak, yemek
poacher
kaçak avcı

Bu kaçak avcılar yakalanmalı. - These poachers must be caught.

Kaçak avcılar bazı kaplumbağa yumurtalarını çaldılar. - The poachers stole some turtle eggs.

poaching
kaçak avcılık
poaching
(isim) kaçak avcılık
poaching
izinsiz avlanma
poacher
yasak yerde avlanan kişi
poacher
yasak yere giren kimse
poacher
kaçak avlanan kimse
poacher
(Spor) Fırsatçı golcü
poached
(sıfat) sıcak suda pişirilmiş
poached
{s} sıcak suda pişirilmiş
poacher
{i} çılbır tavası
poacher
{i} yasak bölgeye giren kimse
poacher
{i} bir tür benmari
poacher
yasak bölgede avlanan kimse
poacher
tava/avcı
Englisch - Englisch
as in "cattle coming to drink had punched and poached the river bank into a mess of mud."
to make an employee or customer switch from a competing company to your own company
to take anything illegally or unfairly
to cook something in simmering water
to take game or fish illegally while trespassing on someone's property
{v} to boil slightly, steal, game, stab, be damp
To cook food gently in a liquid at or just below its boiling point Meats are normally poached in stock, eggs in lightly salted water, fruit in light sugar syrup
cook food in just simmering water
cook in a simmering liquid; "poached apricots"
To poach food, place them in seasoned liquid Bring to a boil over high heat Cover tightly Reduce heat to medium-low Simmer so small bubbles form and break below the surface of the liquid
Cook in liquid just below the food point Don't cover food
A movement in doubles that involves the net partner moving across the court to intercept a crosscourt shot, typically a return of serve
If someone poaches fish, animals, or birds, they illegally catch them on someone else's property. Many wildlife parks are regularly invaded by people poaching game. + poacher poachers poach·er Security cameras have been installed to guard against poachers. + poaching poach·ing the poaching of elephants for their tusks
To cook food simmered in a liquid, just below the boiling point
on offense, if you are not being covered or are wide open, you are said to be poached; on defense, to poach is to play slightly off your coverage and cover the throwing lane more than the person
to take game or fish illegally while trespassing on someones property
hunt illegally; "people are poaching elephants for their ivory"
cook in a simmering liquid; "poached apricots" hunt illegally; "people are poaching elephants for their ivory
hunt illegally; "people are poaching elephants for their ivory
If you poach food such as fish, you cook it gently in boiling water, milk, or other liquid. Poach the chicken until just cooked. a pear poached in red wine + poaching poach·ing You will need a pot of broth for poaching
To force, drive, or plunge into anything
To cook very gently in water or other liquid that is hot but not actually bubbling, about 160 degrees F-180 degrees F
To cook in a simmering liquid
To rob of game; to pocket and convey away by stealth, as game; hence, to plunder
To cook food in hot liquid over a gentle heat to the liquid is barely bubbling
To steal or pocket game, or to carry it away privately, as in a bag; to kill or destroy game contrary to law, especially by night; to hunt or fish unlawfully; as, to poach for rabbits or for salmon
To cook in a hot liquid just below the boiling point, being careful to retain the shape of the food
{f} trespass, cross a border illegally; cook in boiling; hunt illegally for game or fish
To cook, as eggs, by breaking them into boiling water; also, to cook with butter after breaking in a vessel
To cook food in simmering liquid just below the boiling point
To cook food gently in simmering liquid that does not boil
To teach and/or baptize an investigator residing in another companionship's proselytizing area
To cook food gently in liquid just below the boiling point
In doubles, to hit a ball, usually with a volley, that would ordinarily have been played by the partner
To make soft or muddy by trampling To begin and not complete
If an organization poaches members or customers from another organization, they secretly or dishonestly persuade them to join them or become their customers. The company authorised its staff to poach customers from the opposition. allegations that it had poached members from other unions. = steal + poaching poach·ing The union was accused of poaching
To gently cook in a simmering liquid so food retains its shape
When you poach an egg, you cook it gently in boiling water without its shell. Poach the eggs for 4 minutes He had a light breakfast of poached eggs and tea
To stab; to pierce; to spear, \as fish
To cook food in liquid, at or just below the boiling point For eggs, meat, or fish, the liquid is usually water or a seasoned stock; fruit is generally poached in a sugar syrup
To cook gently over very low heat in barely simmering liquid just to cover
To become soft or muddy
If someone poaches an idea, they dishonestly or illegally use the idea. The opposition parties complained that the government had poached their ideas. = steal
poach ideas from another
steal another person's ideas, plagiarize another's thoughts
poach upon another's reserves
trespass a border, cross over a boundary
poached
Simple past tense and past participle of poach
poached
Cooked, or obtained by poaching
poacher
A person who trespasses in order to take game illegally, one who poaches
poacher
An attacker with good movement inside the penalty box, see
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Any of type of elongated fish in the Agonidae family, also known as alligatorfish, starsnout, hooknose and rockhead
poacher
A vessel with shallow cuplike compartments in which eggs are cooked over boiling water
poaching
Trespassing in search of game
poaching
Present participle of poach
poacher
{n} one who kills game unlawfully
poaching
{n} the act of killing game unlawfully
poacher
(Spor) (goal poacher, especially in football) A player who waits near the opposite team's goal in order to try to score if they get the ball
poached
cooked in hot water
poached
That has been illegally hunted
poached
That has or have been cooked by poaching
poached
{s} cooked in boiling water
poacher
The American widgeon
poacher
{i} unauthorized hunter, one who hunts illegally; trespasser, one who crosses borders illegally
poacher
someone who hunts or fishes illegally on the property of another
poacher
a cooking vessel designed to poach food (such as fish or eggs)
poacher
small slender fish (to 8 inches) with body covered by bony plates; chiefly of deeper northern Pacific waters
poacher
A person who trespasses in order to take game illegally
poacher
One who poaches; one who kills or catches game or fish contrary to law
poacher
small slender fish (to 8 inches) with body covered by bony plates; chiefly of deeper northern Pacific waters a cooking vessel designed to poach food (such as fish or eggs) someone who hunts or fishes illegally on the property of another
poaching
The illegal hunting or taking of wildlife out of its natural habitat
poaching
Poaching is the technique of gently boiling an item such as fish It usually is used for a whole and especially large fish, such as whole salmon or sea bass
poaching
Process of removing acid and impurities from nitrocotton prior to processing into explosives
poaching
killing animals illegally for profit
poaching
- (1) The trampling of land when wet, by stock, so the soil becomes churned and middy, often to the detriment of the vegetation (2) The illegal taking of GAME
poaching
To gently cook in heated liquid that does not boil or simmer You can poach anything from an egg to a chicken This is a good method of cooking for a low-fat diet in that there is no added fat and the fat that cooks out is discarded with the liquid The basic rule is that the liquid is heated to the point just before a simmer It will be hot but will not move or have bubbles Meats cooked in this matter are very moist, tender and flavorful
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Cooking food in simmering liquid, just below boiling point
poaching
cooking in simmering liquid
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Wet soils which are trampled and 'churned up' by cattle, they become muddy and it often leads to a breakdown in soil structure
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Normally fish, meat or eggs are poached It is a very straightforward process: The liquid, usually water, is warmed to just below a simmer and the food is slowly cooked in the warm water The liquid should not be boiling at all
poaching
hunting, trapping, or fishing illegally
poaching
{i} illegal hunting of wildlife; process of cooking by boiling
poaching
to hunt or fish illegally
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