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    Hola, cómo puedo traducir esta expresión, que parece una expresión hecha.
    In a world in which J.P. Morgan and Cornelius Vanderbilt have been rendered obsolete, reduced to historical curios, to a funny old-style man, imprisoned in gilt frames, the professionals—the scientists, engineers, professors, lawyers and doctors—correspondingly rise in both power and esteem.


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    Me parece q solo se refiere a gracioso por pasado de moda, eh.

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    Yo iría más por el lado de "curioso ( o "extraño" o " raro" ) hombre pasado de moda? o de estilo antiguo

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