Q: Just that you poached our.... とはどういう意味ですか?
A: ^^ OR you can poach food, it’s a cooking technique.
Q: to poach someone とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In games it means take a shot that a partner/ teammate would have expected to take...or in simpler terms 'to intrude'
Q: poach someone とはどういう意味ですか?
A: ‘poach’ means to capture an animal, so....probably that
Q: poach とはどういう意味ですか?
A: to trespass, especially on another's game preserve, in order to steal animals or to hunt.
Q: poach とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In reference to animals, it means to illegally hunt. For example, people poach elephants for their ivory even though elephants are endangered.

In reference to cooking, it means to cook/simmer in a small amount liquid or to boil eggs without their shell.


Q: poach を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: They poached the rhino, unafraid of consequences.

The egg was poached perfectly.
Q: poach (verb) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: One meaning of "to poach" is "to illegally hunt for an animal". This means that someone could be hunting on territory they're not allowed to hunt in, or that they're hunting an endangered animal. It's a criminal offense in most places and can result in prison and some pretty serious fines.

"He was sentenced to several years of prison and tens of thousands of dollars for his consistent poaching of endangered animals."

This usage of the word can be expanded to mean "to take something unfairly", but it's not very common.

"To poach" can also mean something about the way you cook food, like "poached egg" (落とし卵).


Q: poachpoached egg はどう違いますか?
A: Poach means that the poaching has not happened. "I'm going to poach this egg." after....
"I have just poached this egg"
Q: poach と boil と stew はどう違いますか?
A: poach in this context is to cook something in a liquid (could be water, stock or bullion, milk etc) but it has another meaning outside of this context. Boil is to heat a liquid to the maximum temperature before it becomes a gas for example to heat water to 100 stopni - most commonly used in cooking to say you are cooking pasta or rice in boiling water (e.g. Boil pasta). Stew is to cook something (could be meat, vegetables or fruit) slowly in a liquid (doesn't have to be water - it could be wine) and normally for a longer time.
Q: "poach" と "rake" はどう違いますか?
A: Poach has two meanings. It's a certain type of cooking, usually used to refer to poached eggs. It also means illegal hunting. Rake has a lot of meanings. It can be a noun or a verb, and...there's just a lot of possible meanings.

I poached an egg for you.
He's a poacher! He poaches elephants for their ivory.

I raked my machine gun across the ridge.
I've been raking leaves for an hour. I use a rake, of course.
He raked his fingers through his hair.


Q: "poach" can be both an intransitive and transitive verb?
A: I believe it can. Both example sentences sound natural at least.