Definition of it takes all sorts to make a world in English:

it takes all sorts to make a world

phrase

proverb
  • People vary greatly in character, tastes, and abilities (often used as a comment on what the speaker feels to be strange behaviour)

    ‘he was wearing make-up—well, it takes all sorts’
    • ‘Why anyone would get all upset about such an offer is beyond me, but there you are, it takes all sorts to make a world, their loss not mine.’
    • ‘Judge your ideas against them and don't be ashamed if it turns out that you have these objectives; you are you and I am me, and it takes all sorts to make a world.’
    • ‘But hey, if the Big Brother contestants demonstrate anything, it's that it takes all sorts to make a world.’
    • ‘It takes all sorts to make a Jewish community as it takes all sorts to make a world.’
    • ‘To cut a long story short, it takes all sorts to make a world, and it takes all sorts to make a virtual world too.’
    • ‘I read that Wittgenstein thought the old English expression ‘it takes all sorts to make a world’ a kind and goodly phrase - and so it is.’
    • ‘I'm generally a free-spirited and broad-minded chap who fully realises that it takes all sorts to make a world.’
    • ‘They say it takes all sorts to make a world, and it seems to me that it takes all sorts to break it as well.’
    • ‘Besides, it takes all sorts to make a world, there have never been swans on the farm pond, and Ugly decides he will like being different after all.’
    • ‘Personally, I like the vision; but it takes all sorts to make a world, and there actually are human beings, walking about quite calmly in the daylight, who appear to like the environment.’