Here is one phrase:
This mayhem is not something to put up with.
Here "put up with" is a complete expression, so I cannot simply drop "with" or "up" from the end.
How about this one, a title for a UI element:
The list to add items to.
Can I drop "to" from the end? Will it still be valid grammar? Will the meaning still be the same?
The dropdown box to select items from.
Can I drop "from" from the above sentence?
Something from a kitchen:
A tray to put fruits on.
Can I just say "A tray to put fruits"? (Yes, I know, a "fruit tray" or a "tray for fruits" would be better, but this is not my question).
Is there a name for this grammar form, where a dangling preposition is dropped?