Meaning of well-benched in English:

well-benched

Pronunciation /ˌwɛlˈbɛn(t)ʃt/

adjective

poetic
  • Of a ship: having fine rowing benches or decks.

    Chiefly in translations of or allusive references to Homer.

Origin

Late 18th century. From well + benched, after ancient Greek (Ionic) ἐΰσσελμος (Homer; Attic εὔσελμος).