- n. 刀把，柄
- n. (Hilt)人名；(德、挪、罗)希尔特
1. hold, held => hilt.
- hilt (n.)
- Old English hilt "hilt, handle of a sword or dagger," from Proto-Germanic *helt (cognates: Old Norse hjalt, Old High German helza "hilt," Old Saxon helta "oar handle"), perhaps from PIE *kel- (1) "to strike." Formerly also used in plural in same sense as singular.
- 1. She was in this right up to the hilt.
- 2. James was over-drawn and mortgaged to the hilt.
- 3. The men who wield the power are certainly backing him to the hilt.
- 4. The sword hilt was studded with jewels.
- 5. The hilt of the sword is missing.
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