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動きなどが書いてあるようなのですが、わかる方がいらっしゃりましたら翻訳をお願いします。 His body is mild, inoffensive. But his posture is not graceful, it’s the posture of a quite unassuming man and does not do him justice. He tends to look down cast, the head bowed or huddled slightly When he walks the head is bowed down as if wanting to catch sight of his feet. And at a desk his head is bowed in thought of contemplation.. He looks philosophic, but often a little shabby and disheveled, neglects his appearance. Never immaculate. The manner and movements of someone who doesn't invite company and wants to be anonymous and has no desire to stand out and provoke attention. He seldom looks anyone in the face or directly in the eyes for long. His movements are never bold, but rather creeping and timid. He waits to speak, waits to take his place, like one who thinks he is invisible. He never buts in or acts with self assurance. He has the looks of a man a little broken down by life or by suffering. Broken spirited and will ever after stand in line while more vibrant people come to the front. Modest and humble in his gait.

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今回は比較的スムーズに訳せたように思いますが、恒例ですので原文もそのまま添付します。(区切りを提示するくらいの意味しかありませんが。) >His body is mild, inoffensive. But his posture is not graceful, it’s the posture of a quite unassuming man and does not do him justice. He tends to look down cast, the head bowed or huddled slightly(.) When he walks the head is bowed down as if wanting to catch sight of his feet. And at a desk his head is bowed in thought of contemplation.. ⇒彼の体は穏やかで、無害な感じです。しかし、彼の姿勢は優雅ではなく、それはまったく気取らない人の姿勢であり、彼に公平な扱いをもたらしません(そのせいで不当に扱われます)。彼は、歩く時に頭を下げて、あるいはわずかに体を丸めて、あたかも自分の足を見るように下を向く傾向があります。また机に向かうと、彼の頭は熟視・熟考するような弓なりの形になります…。 >He looks philosophic, but often a little shabby and disheveled, neglects his appearance. Never immaculate. The manner and movements of someone who doesn't invite company and wants to be anonymous and has no desire to stand out and provoke attention. He seldom looks anyone in the face or directly in the eyes for long. ⇒彼は、哲学的に見えますが、しばしば少し貧相で、乱雑で、外観を気にかけないようにも見えます。仲間を招待することもなく、匿名であることを望み、目立ったり注目を喚起したりする要望を全然持たないような人の行儀や振舞いです。彼は、人の顔を見ることも、長い間直接に人の目を見ることもほとんどありません。 >His movements are never bold, but rather creeping and timid. He waits to speak, waits to take his place, like one who thinks he is invisible. He never buts in or acts with self assurance. He has the looks of a man a little broken down by life or by suffering. Broken spirited and will ever after stand in line while more vibrant people come to the front. Modest and humble in his gait. ⇒彼の振舞いは決して大胆でなく、むしろこびへつらうような感じで、臆病でさえあります。彼は、居るかいないか分からない人のように、話の順番を待ち、自分の場所取りを待ちます。彼は、決してつべこべ言うことなく、確信の持てること(のみ)を行動します。彼は幾分、人生に破れた人、または苦悩している人の表情を見せます。打ち破れた精神と意志は、躍動する人々が前面に現われる実戦場に立ったあともそのまま続きます。彼の足どりは謙虚で、控えめなのです。

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