Definition of first-ever in English:

first-ever

adjective

  • Happening or experienced for the first time.

    ‘the first-ever private manned space flight’
    ‘it was her first-ever marathon’
    • ‘Voting in the country's first-ever direct presidential election is due to take place on Monday.’
    • ‘It was their first-ever trip to the city.’
    • ‘It was the first-ever visit by a pope to Bulgaria.’
    • ‘The game pitted two teams making their first-ever Super Bowl appearances.’
    • ‘She won her country's first-ever international title when she took the all-around gold medal at the 1994 African championships.’
    • ‘I'm in the middle of my first-ever UK tour at the moment.’
    • ‘Vijay Hazare led India to its first-ever victory over England in Madras in 1952-53.’
    • ‘It was the first-ever meeting between the respective armed forces' heads since the war.’
    • ‘This was their first-ever game at the new stadium.’
    • ‘The Indian Foreign Minister signed the agreement in Lisbon, where the EU and India are holding the first-ever summit meeting.’