I’d like to find the equivalent in Hebrew or Yiddish of a couple of dated English colloquialisms.
Specifically, “cool” and “out of sight” in their 1960s sense: neat, good, positive. Ideally, the Hebrew/Yiddish versions would also be slang, although understandable to a modern-day Hebrew speaker. That is, not something you’d have to be a Rabbinical scholar to get.
Another phrase: “just right,” as in “those girls look just right.” (More or less synonymous with the first two, I guess.)
Along with any suggestions, please provide a pronunciation guide (including which syllables are stressed) so that I won’t mangle them when I try to say them.