Student or Learner
What does "reigning in prices" mean?
NOT A TEACHER
1. Perhaps the person who wrote that phrase was in a hurry and accidentally misspelled
"reining in prices." (no "g.")
a. My dictionary tells me that one "reins in a horse." That is, to stop or slow down a horse.
b. So we can say that a government is trying to stop or slow down the prices of goods.
HAVE A NICE DAY!
P.S. As you know, "reign" is another verb: Her Majesty has reigned for 60 years.