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Simple may refer to:
- Simple (bank), an online bank.
- SIMPLE Group, a conglomeration of companies specializing in tax planning
- Simple Shoes, a shoe brand of Deckers Outdoor Corporation
- Simple Skincare, a British skincare brand
- Simple (album), an album by Andy Yorke
- "Simple" a 2005 song by Katy Perry
- "Simple" a song by Collective Soul from their 1995 album Collective Soul
- Simple series, a series of console games published by D3 Publisher
In mathematics, science, and technology
- Simple (abstract algebra), an algebraic structure which cannot be divided
- Simple machine, a mechanical device that changes the direction or magnitude of a force
- Simple engine, a type of steam engine that expands steam once per cycle, as opposed to a compound engine
- See also List of people known as the Simple
- Charlie Edge (1987 - present), Renowned for being slow witted and incapable, the so-called City equivalent of the 'Village idiot'.
- Simple Kapadia (1958–2009), Indian Bollywood actress and costume designer
- Simple Kaur, Indian weightlifter
- Michael Wharton, columnist for the British Daily Telegraph, who used the pseudonym Peter Simple
- Simple E, African-American R&B singer, born as Erica Williams
- Simple Kid, real name Ciaran McFeely, Irish-born musical artist
- Simple (botany), a leaf blade that is not divided into smaller leaflets
- Simple (philosophy), a thing that has no proper parts
- Simple aspect or simple tenses, terms used to describe certain verb forms in English
- Simple, a medicinal herb or a medicine made from one
- SIMPLE (disambiguation)
- Pages beginning with Simple
- Pages beginning with Simply
- Simplicity (disambiguation)
- Simples (disambiguation)
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