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English definition of “shalt”

shalt

modal verb uk   /ʃælt/ us  
thou shalt old use you shallthou shalt used humorously in modern English when talking about people who follow rules exactly when the rules are not very important: You know what he's like about food - thou shalt not serve red wine with fish.
(Definition of shalt from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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