The tag single-word-request has generated a minor bit of controversy in the past over at ELU, on the basis that such requests are often best answered by something other than a single word.
Especially where English Language Learners are concerned, I think that this tag might be even considered counterproductive to learning English. Very often the right equivalent to a foreign word, or the right wording for a particular concept, is not a single word at all. English abounds in constructions, and learners of English need to understand when to use a phrase instead of a single word.
Over at ELU the argument can be made that the questioner is an expert and has done enough research to understand that a single word is indeed what they require. But in ELL I'd argue that the questioner might not the best judge of whether a request can be fulfilled by a single word.
In short, I'd like to propose getting rid of single-word-request over here, and replace with something like word-request or phrase-request or word-choice.