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英文の和訳をお願いいたします

以下の英文を和訳していただけるかたのみで。 お願いできますでしょうか? 内容的にまだ続いてる感じだと思います。 どうぞよろしくお願いいたします。 Yet he had a fairly happy family life and childhood. Background and family history are important to him. He may have had a strong attachment or respect for his father, who was affluent and a sense of family pride. He may have missed out on parental love in his childhood. He would have grown reserved and cautious. May have had some health weakness or weakens of constitution. His interest would have centered on the family. He wanted to shine out. Make his family proud of him, and he would have helped other family members out and taken an interest in their lives and affairs.

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> Yet he had a fairly happy family life and childhood.  でも、彼はその家族の一員として、それなりに幸せな子ども時代を過ごしました。 > Background and family history are important to him.  彼は家柄なり家系なりを重んじるタイプの人間です。 > He may have had a strong attachment or respect for his father, who was affluent and a sense of family pride.  彼は父親に対する強い愛着や畏敬の念を抱いていたかもしれません。そして家族思いで家名を重んじる精神を持っていました。 > He may have missed out on parental love in his childhood.  彼は必ずしも親に大事にされた子ども時代を過ごしたとは言えないかもしれません。 > He would have grown reserved and cautious.  彼は出しゃばらず慎重な人間として成長したのではないでしょうか。 > May have had some health weakness or weakens of constitution.  (彼は) いくらか体質が弱いということがあったかもしれません。 > His interest would have centered on the family.  彼の関心事は家族のことにあったのでしょう。 > He wanted to shine out.  彼は自分が傑出した存在になりたいという望みを抱きました。 > Make his family proud of him, and he would have helped other family members out and taken an interest in their lives and affairs.  自分の家族が誇れるような人間になり、家族の面倒をみられるような存在になりたいと思い、また家族への気遣いの心を持っていました。

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ご回答ありがとうございます。とてもわかりやすく、きれいな訳ですね。日本語の選択がさすがです。とても嬉しく思います。そして、丁寧に書いてくださりとても感謝いたします。本当にありがとうございました。

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