From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomebody can't help (doing) somethingsomebody can't help (doing) something (also somebody can't help but do something) used to say that someone is unable to change their behaviour or feelings, or to prevent themselves from doing something She couldn't help it if she was
Also know, can't help feeling meaning?
It can mean that you think something is true, for example "I can't help feeling that I am going to be fired soon." It can also mean that you are feeling a certain way or emotion, and you can't change or stop it. Example: "I can't help feeling angry with him."
Also to know, can't help Vs can't help but?
The correct phrases, or so the story goes, are “I can't help asking” and two equivalent old-fashioned expressions—“I can but ask” and “I cannot but ask.” In those last two idioms, “can but” means “can only,” and “cannot but” means “cannot do otherwise than.”
Can not see meaning?
phrase. If you say that something cannot be seen by the naked eye, you mean that it cannot be seen without the help of equipment such as a telescope or microscope.
Can't help but to smile meaning?
used for saying that someone cannot stop themselves doing something. She couldn't help laughing when she saw it.