Assuming you're talking about en passant in Chess I'll explain. Say you haven't moved a pawn and there is another pawn threatening the space one up from your pawn. Suppose you move your pawn two spaces up taking it out of harms way of your opponents pawn. En passant is when they move to the space that you would've moved to if you'd only moved the pawn up one . They take you piece and take the space you would've moved to. This move only works with pawns.
En passant is a special pawn capture in chess. The literal meaning of en passant is "passing."
The 'En Passant' move was added sometime in the 15th Century .
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It is difficult to explain the 'en passant' rule in words. The following web link has got a graphical illustration of 'en passant' rule : http://www.chesskids.com/kids/enpas.htm
A pawn can capture an enemy pawn by En Passant ~ see related link below .
"by the way" is translated as "en passant" in French. The original form is "soit dit en passant" ('telling you by the way').
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