ニュースの中での First

コロケーションの例

became the first 最初になった
first round 最初のラウンド
first season 初シーズン
first team 一軍
first time 初めて

出版物および例文

FRANCE 24
· New Zealand PM chides marchers over virus rule breach  
Ardern's deputy Winston Peters -- a coalition partner from the populist New Zealand First Party -- called for the organisers of Monday's protests to be prosecuted.
NBCNews.com
· Sacramento mayor estimates at least $10 million in damage  
Tedros also indicated that the WHO first heard that the U.S. was ending its relationship through news media reports on Friday.
The China Post
· Boxer Floyd Mayweather to pay for George Floyd’s funeral  
Mayweather won his first world championship when he stopped Genaro Hernandez for the WBC super featherweight title in 1998.
Malay Mail
· Former US President Obama condemns violence at protests  
Obama's latest remarks came three days after his first comments on the Floyd case, which called for justice but did not mention the violent nature of some protests.
Al Jazeera
· UN needs $2.4bn to stem Yemen coronavirus 'tragedy': Live updates  
Health authorities in Spain have reported no new deaths from the coronavirus in the last 24 hours for the first time in nearly three months.
The China Post
· Egypt’s former PM faces torture allegations in Washington DC  
It’s the first such case against an Egyptian official, made possible by the grim coincidence that el-Beblawi now lives just miles from Soltan, in Washington D.C., where he serves as an executive director of the International Monetary Fund.
The Age
· From the Archives, 1924: The human voice transmitted from England to Australia  
First published in The Age on June 4, 1924
The Age
· British grands prix to get green light  
As the rules stand, quarantine exemptions are only possible for hauliers, essential agriculture workers and those researching COVID-19, but sport is in line to be added to this list by the time of the first three-weekly review of the legislation.
The Age
· Look at racial economic disparities to understand the riots, economists say  
The commission's work was first focused on restoring consumer confidence - no small feat in the middle of an economic drag that won't fully abate until there is a vaccine or treatment, experts agree.