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I'd check both the master and slave cylinders to make sure they aren't leaking, and check the fluid reservoir on top of the master cylinder to make sure it has fluid in it.
The clutch system is hydraulic and uses brake fluid.

How long have you had the CR-V?
Do you have the maintenance records?

Since it uses brake fluid and brake fluid absorbs moisture from the air over time, the fluid needs to be replaced every three years or so, just like the fluid for your brakes.
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