【英语口语】up to the hilt
A: I would back him up to the hilt.
B: Why are you so kind to him?
A: He’s my brother.
B: So that’s how it is! Now he’s in trouble, but I belive he will rise on his own feet again.
A: Thanks for your belive.
up to the hilt
He is up to the hilt in debt.
We will be in it up to the hilt.
She's up to the hilt in trouble / in trouble up to the hilt.
We have been fighting up to the hilt.
on one’s own feet：独立，独自
If he doesn't stand on his own feet at his age, he'll lose his self-respect.
If not, he can hardly stand on his own two feet in the world.
【例句-3】I hope he learns to stand on his own two feet someday.
Websters want someone who can stand on his own feet.
She experienced a joy in helping others in trouble.
They were up to their necks in trouble with the press.
If you are not careful, you'll land in trouble.
You don't have to be a pessimist to realize that we're in trouble.
be kind to sb：对......仁慈的
She has the reputation of being kind to the poor.
It will pay to be kind to others.
I'm going to be good and sweet and kind to everybody.
They're very kind to the animals.