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Idle generally refers to a lack of motion or energy.
Idle may also refer to:
- Eric Idle (born 1943), a comedian, sketch writer, and actor, member of Monty Python
- Graham Idle (born 1950), British rugby footballer
- Christopher Idle (politician) (1771–1819), British politician
- River Idle, a river flowing through Nottinghamshire, England
- Idle, West Yorkshire, a suburb of Bradford, England
- Idle and Thackley, a ward in Bradford Metropolitan District in the county of West Yorkshire, England, UK
- Idle (GNR) railway station, in Idle, West Yorkshire
- Idle (L&BR) railway station, in Idle, West Yorkshire
- Idlès, Algeria
- Idle (engine), engine running without load
- Idle (CPU), CPU non-utilisation or low-priority mode
- Idle (programming language), a dialect of Lua
- IDLE (Python), an integrated development environment for the Python programming language
- IMAP IDLE, a IMAP feature where an email server actively notifies a client application when new mail has arrived
- The practice of remaining in one location while riding a unicycle
- Idle, a 2000 demo album by the band Daylight Dies
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