first-timer

first-tim·er

(fûrst′tī′mər)
n.
One who does something for the first time.

first-timer

n
someone who is doing something for the first time
Translations

first-timer

[ˌfɜːstˈtaɪməʳ] Nnovato/a m/f, principiante mf
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Barangay Ginebra head coach Tim Cone isn't into the impression that his team will be facing a first-timer in the finals.
Veteran internationalist Joyette Jopson and celebrity first-timer Victor Basa of Team Rudy Project turned in respectable finishes in their respective triathlon events recently.
In addition to week-long first-timer tours, taking in Beijing and the Great Wall, you can go panda-spotting in Chengdu and explore rural Gullin.
And the gap in cities is even greater - with the average Londoner borrowing twice as much as a first-timer in Manchester or Liverpool.
First-timer Fernley Phillips' screenplay wavers between wink-wink knowingness (cue the bulldog) and self-seriousness, finally collapsing into a need to explain everything, even if the reasoning runs counter to everything we've just seen transpire.
This collection works as a wonderful refresher for the long-time reader of African American literature, and equally as well as a primer for the first-timer.
Instead, Herb's a first-timer who, after years of trying, has only just convinced his parents to allow him to attend camp.
Arrive early," one first-timer said, noting that he changed his flight to get there a day before the festival officially started on Monday, June 9th.
You can be a first-timer and cast this lure and end up with an eight or 10-pound bass.
So, how does a first-timer know to take on extra fuel?
2First, HDB will extend the PPHS to: a) married couples, comprising a first-timer and a second-timer; and b) divorced or widowed parents with children.