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Grammar detail: あくまでも

あくまでも - to the utmost
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あくまでも
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means 'to the utmost, definitely, extremely, to the nth degree, to the bitter end' etc. It is used to provide strong emphasis.
The expression comes from あく meaning 'to be satisfied' and まで meaning 'until'. The も is optional, but usually included.
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Kanji used in this grammar

ガ   I; myself   われ    わが-    
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トウ   たたか to fight, to struggle   
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