CMD may refer to:

  • Camden Road railway station, a station in London, England (National Rail code: CMD)
  • Canis Major Dwarf, a small galaxy orbiting the Milky Way
  • Catastrophe à moyens dépassé, a French phrase meaning "disaster without sufficient rescue means"
  • Center for Media and Democracy, an American media research group
  • Central meridian distance, a geographical term
  • Chairman and Managing Director, a managing director who is also the chairman of the same company
  • Cincinnati Mighty Ducks, an American ice hockey team
  • Congenital muscular dystrophy, a form of muscular dystrophy that is present from birth
  • Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor, a college in Gwynedd, Wales
  • Color-magnitude diagram, a scatter-graph of stars used by astronomers
  • Creative Micro Designs, a computer hardware company

CMD is commonly used to mean "command":

  • Command (computing), an abbreviation commonly used in computing
  • Command key, a modifier key present on Apple Keyboards
  • Command Prompt, the command-line interpreter on Windows operating systems
  • CMD file (CP/M), the filename extension used by executable programs