Definition of you (can) bet your boots in English:

you (can) bet your boots

phrase

informal
  • Used to express absolute certainty.

    ‘you can bet your boots that the patrol has raised the alarm’
    • ‘If it's not those fancy new shoes they're wearing, you can bet your boots they didn't prepare properly before hitting the slopes at the weekend.’
    • ‘If such a clinical study existed then you can bet your boots that they would have published it in full.’
    • ‘And of course you can bet your boots that these are the first, but many other MS-tools are to follow.’
    • ‘So, if you don't do something different, soon and often, you can bet your boots that the competition will.’
    • ‘In other words, if you really need or want the information you're hearing, you bet your boots you'll listen.’
    • ‘And you can bet your boots that I'm going to try to incorporate every good idea I see into my next book, too.’
    • ‘It takes about 6 minutes for this and you can bet your boots you will see a prize-winning photograph pass you right by during this time.’
    • ‘Maybe they listen to the radio, but you can bet your boots they're doing something.’
    • ‘Even if we don't consider ourselves an ‘emotional’ person, you bet your boots our past and present feelings steer our lives.’
    • ‘And you can bet your boots I'm going to see if I can get special concessions for it.’