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CX or Cx may refer to:
- Cemex, a building materials supply company, New York Stock Exchange symbol "CX"
- Connex Melbourne, a French public transport company
- Fuji Television, or CX, a Japanese television network
- Customer Experience is the sum of all experiences a customer has with a supplier of goods or services, over the duration of their relationship with that supplier.
Transportation and technology
- .cx, the top-level domain for Christmas Island
- CX (audio), a noise reduction system, most notably used for the analog audio tracks of laserdiscs
- Citroën CX, a French car
- Nikon CX format of digital camera sensor
- Airline prefix for Cathay Pacific
- NASA's Constellation program
- an interface in IP Multimedia Subsystems, using the diameter protocol, between Home Subscriber Server and Application Server
- the prefix for model designations for Mazda crossover vehicles (CUVs), such as Mazda CX-7
- CX register, a general-purpose 16-bit X86 register
- London Charing Cross railway station, abbreviated CX in UK railway slang
- In the Building Commissioning industry, Cx is an abbreviation for the building commissioning process
Science and medicine
- Circumflex artery, an artery of the heart
- Phosgene oxime, a chemical warfare agent
- Drag coefficient ( or )
- a medical shorthand for cervix or culture, as in cell culture
- a medical shorthand for a complication
- Christmas Island ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code
- Cx or cx, is a digraph in the Esperanto x-system orthography, representing the consonant sound [t͡ʃ], normally spelled as Ĉ or ĉ in the Esperanto alphabet
- Cross-examination debate, also known as policy debate, a form of speech competition
- In Roman numerals (written CX or cx), the number 110
- Chron X, an online collectable card trading game
- Cyclo-cross, a form of bicycle racing
- Waitstaff shorthand for chicken
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