•(Up) to the hilt (idiom) - As much or to the greatest degree possible; completely or utterly.（完全地，彻底地）
1.The government is already borrowing up to the hilt.
2.We're ready to defend our client to the hilt in court.
•Boast (verb) - To possess and often call attention to (something that is a source of pride).（（值得引以为荣地）拥有，具有）
1.The Society boasts 3,000 members worldwide.
2.The houses will boast the latest energy-saving technology.
•Make great strides (idiom) -
To make significant progress or advances.（长足进步）
1.He's making great strides in his piano-playing.
2.The one-time political advisor has been making great strides toward absolute control of the country.
•Lavish sth on *** /sth (phrasal verb) -
To give a large amount of (something) to (someone/something).（给予……大量的／过分的……）
1.They lavished attention on their children.
2.The committee lavished praise on the project.
•Take sth for granted (idom) -
To assume something as true, real, unquestionable, or to be expected.（视若当然）
1.It does not take victory for granted.
2.Losing my job taught me never to take anything for granted.