Provided your code already has both dictionaries as variables, it's very concise to check for this inline:
if big | small == big: # do something
Here is a solution that also properly recurses into lists and sets contained within the dictionary. You can also use this for lists containing dicts etc...
def is_subset(subset, superset): if isinstance(subset, dict): return all(key in superset and is_subset(val, superset[key]) for key, val in subset.items()) if isinstance(subset, list) or isinstance(subset, set): return all(any(is_subset(subitem, superitem) for superitem in superset) for subitem in subset) # assume that subset is a plain value if none of the above match return subset == superset
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