Definition of sub-cheese in US English:

sub-cheese

(also sub-chiz, sub-cheeze)

noun

Anglo-Indian
military slang, historical, archaic
  • Everything, the whole amount; all that there is. Chiefly in "the whole sub-cheese".

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Always Ready. From Hindi sab cīz from sab all, every + Urdu cīz thing, object. With the spellings of the second element compare cheese; the spelling of the first element may reflect folk-etymological identification with sub-.

Pronunciation

sub-cheese

/sʌbˈtʃiːz/