Meaning of Phase in stationary waves

What is the exact meaning of the statement " In a standing wave, all the particles are in the same phase "?

Phase, ϕ = 2(pi)x/λ
If we consider the node as origin, different particles have different x values.
Then how come the phase is same for all?

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They likely mean the time-dependent factor, since the displacement in the standing wave is given by

$$sin(\omega t)sin(kx)$$

The phase of the second factor depends on position, but the phase of the first factor does not.

What is the exact meaning of the statement " In a standing wave, all the particles are in the same phase "?

Phase, ϕ = 2(pi)x/λ
If we consider the node as origin, different particles have different x values.
Then how come the phase is same for all?

Every point in a loop(between adjacent nodes) is in phase with every other point in that loop and in antiphase with points in adjacent loops.

They likely mean the time-dependent factor, since the displacement in the standing wave is given by

$$sin(\omega t)sin(kx)$$

The phase of the second factor depends on position, but the phase of the first factor does not.

What is the difference between the two phases?

Every point in a loop(between adjacent nodes) is in phase with every other point in that loop and in antiphase with points in adjacent loops.

Please explain whats wrong in the formula I gave?

What is the difference between the two phases?

Please explain whats wrong in the formula I gave?

Your formula gives the phase for a progressive wave