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CVT may stand for:
- Centro di Volo a Vela del Politecnico di Torino - The gliding section of Turin Polytechnic
- Capacitor voltage transformer, an electrical transformer commonly used in high-voltage transmission line applications
- Cape Verde Time, a time zone used in Cape Verde
- Cardiovascular technologist or technology
- Center for Victims of Torture, a non-profit organisation that provides counseling and social services to victims of politically motivated torture.
- Centroidal Voronoi tessellation, a geometric object
- Certified Veterinary Technician
- Chemical vapor transport, a method for growing crystals
- Code Version Table, one of two methods provided by Cisco for updating resident software on the legacy set-top box. With this method, specific set-top boxes can be targeted for an upgrade.
- Cognitive valence theory, a theoretical framework that describes and explains the process of intimacy exchange within a dyad relationship.
- Complete Vocal Technique, a singing method developed by Cathrine Sadolin
- Compound Value Type, a type within Freebase which is used to represent data where each entry consists of multiple fields.
- Computer Vision Technology, in relation to Innoscan pharmaceutical inspection machines.
- Constant voltage transformer, a type of saturating transformer used as an AC voltage stabilizer
- Continuously variable transmission, a vehicle transmission providing an infinite number of possible gear ratios
- Coordinated Video Timings, specified by VESA
- Cytoplasm-to-vacuole targeting, a autophagy-related pathway in yeast
- CVT is the ICAO airline designator for Peran, Kazakhstan
- CVT is the IATA airport code for Coventry Airport, United Kingdom
- The former hull classification symbol for a training aircraft carrier in the United States Navy
- Cycloidal Vibration Technology, a form of small-amplitude, low-frequency 3-dimensional vibrational wave used for therapeutic applications.
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