As a non-native speaker I have a (maybe trivial, but to me not clear) question concerning the verb 'to teach'. Of course, from school (and online dictionaries) I know the past tense of 'teach' is 'taught' not 'teached'. But in robotics 'to teach' has a special meaning (like: 'to make special ponts/orientations known to the (arm-)robot', e.g. by guiding the robot to those points/orientations.)
Does it make sense to have a different past tense for 'teach' (i.e. 'teached') in this case ? Maybe a reference were it is used/explained ?
(I would say 'No. The past of teach is taught, and that's it.', but some of my colleagues - also not native speakers - have a different opinion.)