"I took out the butter from the fridge."
The English "took out the butter from" sounds awkward. Word order isnt the best. More natural would be "i took the butter out from..." or "out of".
I wouldn't even use "out from" but either one or the other. The redundancy makes it sounds like you're taking the butter from the 'fridge out for a stroll around town or something. "I took the butter out of the 'fridge." "I got the butter from the 'fridge."