I learned and know that the transitive verb must go with object, and some verbs contain both transitive and intransitive but others only have transitive and intransitive, respectively.
and the verb distract is a transitive verb which does not involve intransitive verb.
and I found one sentence from my textbook,
-> When a room is well organized, there is nothing to distract from the work.
here, even though the verb distract is a transitive verb, it goes with preposition from, which generally follows after the intransitive verb.
How this sentence can be grammatical?