Translated Julia

Translated Julia is a esolang made by Mihai Popa. It's Julia but horribly translated by Baidu+Google Translate+Yandex+Papago+Microsoft (however you can add more or choose a another pair of translators for a even more horrible translation!)

Steps: 1. Take this program (as a example):

```# function to calculate the volume of a sphere
function sphere_vol(r)
# julia allows Unicode names (in UTF-8 encoding)
# so either "pi" or the symbol π can be used
return 4/3*pi*r^3
end

# functions can also be defined more succinctly
quadratic(a, sqr_term, b) = (-b + sqr_term) / 2a

# calculates x for 0 = a*x^2+b*x+c, arguments types can be defined in function definitions
# unlike other languages 2a is equivalent to 2*a
# a^2 is used instead of a**2 or pow(a,2)
sqr_term = sqrt(b^2-4a*c)
# multiple values can be returned from a function using tuples
# if the return keyword is omitted, the last term is returned
r1, r2
end

vol = sphere_vol(3)
# @printf allows number formatting but does not automatically append the \n to statements, see below
using Printf
@printf "volume = %0.3f\n" vol
#> volume = 113.097

#> result 1: 3.0
#> result 2: -2.0
```

2. Translate this code as follows (you can take on any translator with any language, if you want):

```Baidu: English->Arabic
Yandex: Turkish->Indonesian
Papago: Indonesian->Thai
Microsoft: Thai->Amharic
```

3. Result? Here you go, it's horribly translated with 5 translators using a weird pair of languages:

```Function to calculate domain size
Environment (r)
Julia is allowed to use Unicode name (UTF-8 code).
You can even use the symbol "P" or "P".
The inverse is 4/3 times pi times r squared
Explain
The job description can also be short.
Squared (a, b) = (b + squared) / 2
x = a *x^2 + b * x + c = 0, you can specify the type of the parameter from the function definition.
2nd Quartile Function (A float64, B float64, C float64)
Unlike other languages, 2(a) is equal to 2*(a).
*** 2 or po use づ2 instead of (a, 2)
square = square unit (b22-4a*c)
R1 = Squared (a, b)
R2 = squared (a, b, sqr_sql)

R1 R2
Explain
Ball size
print@ printf allows number formats but does not automatically add numbers to words. See below.
Use the printer
@ @ printf "Volume=0,3%f
(suffering)
Amount = 190,097
1 angle = 2 angles (2, 2, 12)
Println("Result 1 quatre1").
Result 1 3.0
Println("Result 2 quatre2").
Result 2.0
```