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first-ever

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfirst-everˌfirst-ˈever adjective [only before noun]  FIRSThappening for the first time her first-ever television interview the first-ever visit to China by an American president
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first-everReleased 25 years ago, the recording became the unofficial anthem of my first-ever election campaign.According to the official program of the Games, it was the first-ever Olympic triathlon.However, this is by no means the first-ever space station.
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