When Do You Call Someone a Professor?

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The word professor is used differently by different countries, but is generally defined as a member of the highest academic rank at an institution of higher education. Generally, a person is called a professor, if he has the highest academic rank in a university department usually a PHD. This is usually someone with many years of teaching experience, research and various publications in an art or a science. In some countries like France, it means a teacher regardless of the level taught.
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