Yes a pawn may pass an enemy pawn even though it is being attacked by that enemy pawn.
A pawn may pass another pawn if there is some tactical or strategical advantage to do so - this is an option exercised at the discretion of the player(s). It only becomes a passed pawn if it has no more enemy pawns to pass by.
Yes, it's called a passed pawn when one player moves ahead instead of taking a pawn or a piece.
The question name is ambigiuous. What does the name mean? I'm flagging it later.
An advanced pawn (otherwise known as a passed pawn) is a pawn which has no opposing pawns that can obstruct it.
at a pawn shop
A pawn by itself with no other pawn on its side to move up to protect it is called an isolated pawn.
The Pawn was created in 1986.
The Pawn happened in 1986.
A pawn can capture an enemy pawn by En Passant ~ see related link below .
the pawn ty :D