alt. 1 (context grammar English) verb transitive or transitive verb (often appears in dual language dictionaries) 2 (context tincture English) vert n. 1 (context grammar English) verb transitive or transitive verb (often appears in dual language dictionaries) 2 (context tincture English) vert
VT or Vt may refer to:
Vermont, a U.S. state with postal abbreviation VT
- Vt., older postal abbreviation for Vermont
- Voltage transformer, abbreviation for voltage transformer (electrical)
- Virginia Tech, common name of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA
- VT F.C. (Vospers Thronycroft FC), a UK football club
- vt, abbreviation for transitive verb in some dictionaries
- Vt, the currency sign for the Vanuatu vatu
- Astro Velithirai Malaysian Pay Channel 202
- Vendange tardive, a French designation for late harvest wines
- Vetus Testamentum, religious journal
- Virtual training
- Visiting teaching, a program for members of the LDS Church
Usage examples of "vt".
The red Bioroid, in the lead, fired quick, accurate bursts with the gun mounted on its control stem, and blew two of the VTs away, easily avoiding most of their fire and shrugging off the rest.
Rick decided it was all, far too complicated to explain to Max Sterling, the bright-eyed boy wonder of the VTs, the cheerful, unassuming ace of aces.
Pods got their fundaments blown out from under them by VTs on long passes, predatory banks, high deflection shots.
One of Vermilion squadron's VTs had taken a hit, and Hunter had informed the bridge that he was taking his group home.
Rick was listening to descriptions of the mecha the VTs had confronted, when a lieutenant jg entered with a personal message.
The way Cabell saw it, the Sentinels had one recourse: to use the most fully fueled VTs and Logans I to reach the far side of the moon.
The VTs and the few remaining Hovertanks couldn't use Protoculture weapons either, of course, but there had only been time to retrofit a few of them with old-style autocannon and rocket pods.