Definition of shame on you in English:

shame on you

Used to reprove someone for something of which they should be ashamed: shame on you for hitting a woman
More example sentences
  • A member of the International Socialists interrupted him, calling out, ‘shame on you for calling us on thinking, shame on you, this is supposed to be a university.’
  • But shame on you for saying she is from Brentwood, La.
  • And lest you doubt their authenticity - shame on you - two of the members have studied Bulgarian folklore in the academic setting.
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Pronunciation: ˈapəzit
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something