Definition of poach on someone's territory in English:

poach on someone's territory

Encroach on someone else’s rights.
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  • We'll teach those little beggars not to poach on our territory.
  • The University is going to poach on your territory with a computerized system to help companies find managers.
  • Just remember, it's not considered very good taste to poach on another woman's territory.
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